Upcoming Events & Announcements

Pond Scum and Maintenance Workshop

High temperatures means lots of algae in our ponds! If you have pond scum on your farm or neighborhood pond, this workshop is for you! Learn how to identify harmful algal blooms and ways to control algae growth.

Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship Winners!

Abigail Todd, a Ryle High School graduate who will be pursuing a degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Science with a minor in Geographic Information Systems at University of Kentucky and Cameron Kuehn, a Cooper High School graduate who will be majoring in Wildlife Management-Conservation at Eastern Kentucky University. Both Abigail and Cameron have been deeply involved in studying natural resources of Boone County and we are very excited about their future in the environmental science field. Congratulations, Abigail and Cameron!

State Cost Share Available

This program helps landowners address existing soil erosion, water quality, and other environmental problems associated with their farming or woodland operations, while also benefiting those downstream. Learn more here.

Resources for Schools

BCCDKY offers Education Grants, lesson plans, and more for K-12 schools. Click here  or contact our office for more information.

Upcoming Programs!

Outdoor family programs, technical field days, summer youth programs, and more! Visit our calendar of events.

COVID 19 Update

BCCDKY is taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our staff and program participants. We have modified in-person programs and meetings to include multiple sanitizing and personal protective measures and practice social distancing as necessary.

FREE family programs every month

Explore Boone County's natural areas with us!

Landowner Services

We offer assistance to landowners in Boone County. Learn more about illegal dumps, agricultural districts, and renting equipment here.

Check out our intern's blog

Want to learn more about what we do? Read our intern's blog to find out!

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