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Kentucky River Watershed Watch is part of a statewide organization, Watershed Watch in Kentucky, which is a citizens monitoring effort to improve and protect water quality by raising community awareness and supporting implementation of the goals of the Clean Water Act.The organization hopes to encourage people to venture out into the Kentucky River Basin to see, first-hand, the condition of their local streams and rivers.
 

 

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2014-15 KENTUCKY RIVER AUTHORITY WATERSHED GRANTS. 
These mini-grants are a great way to stimulate interest and involvement in your watershed. 
The application deadline is November 15, 2014. 
More info on the grant program and a listing of past grant projects are available under the Using Your Results tab of this website or see Application here.

Fall 2014 Newsletter

 

KRWW Events Calendar

KRWW Annual Conference
Saturday, February 7th
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond

THERE ARE NO TRAINING WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME.  PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR THE 2015 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE.  OR, CONTACT JOANN PALMER AT (800)928-0045 OR JOANN.PALMER@KY.GOV.

Other Meetings or Events

NEWS:

Kentucky River Water Trail Alliance Conference
Friday, November 14th
Happy Top Community Center, Beattyville, KY

Other News

"Read about some KRWW Watershed Watch Success Stories!"

Community Projects and Partnerships

Wolf Run Watershed (Fayette County) read more here

Regional Projects and Partnerships

Clarks Run and Dix River Watershed (Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln Counties)

read more here

Education and Outreach Eagle Creek Watershed

Eagle Creek Watershed (Carroll, Grant and Owen Counties) read more here

Education and Outreach Letcher County

Upper North Fork of the Kentucky River (Letcher County) read more here

Leveraged Funding

Lower Howards Creek (Clark County) read more here

Research Projects

Cane Run Watershed (Fayette and Scott Counties) read more here

 

The Kentucky Green Infrastructure Action Plan for Stormwater & Wet Weather Sewage Management

How to calibrate your conductivity meter. Watch Here.

 

 

KRWW appreciates funding support from the following organizations.
Kentucky River Authority
Virginia Environmental Endowment.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky
Bluegrass Community Foundation
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Bluegrass PRIDE
Eastern Kentucky PRIDE
 
Volunteer collects grab sample.
Field Instruction
Field Instruction
Volunteers assess pH levels
Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Identification
Board of Directors

Scientific Advisor
Dr. Lindell Ormsbee

Data Manager
Malissa McAlister

Board Members
Ken Cooke
Doug Curl
Don Dampier
John Delfino
Hank Graddy
Cindy King
Malissa McAlister
Mary Miller
Bethany Overfield
JoAnn Palmer
John Webb
Pamla Wood

Donations to KRWW:

Kentucky River Water Watch

P.O. Box 1248

Frankfort, KY 40602


 
 
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