Energy and Environment Cabinet Celebrates Earth Day

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Clear sunny skies created the perfect day for the Energy and Environment Cabinet’s 2018 Earth Day celebration on April 27, at the 300 Sower Building in Frankfort, Ky. More than half a dozen divisions representing both the Department for Environmental Protection and the Department for Natural Resources had exhibits that were open to both the public and employees.

Other exhibitors included The Raptor Rehabilitation of Kentucky, Woods and Waters Land Trust, Franklin County Solid Waste, Kentucky State University, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Glean KY, Life Adventure Center, KET and Together Frankfort.

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Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Employees: Smart, Hard Working, and Dedicated to Public Service

By: Charles Snavely

Secretary, Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet

As this is Public Service Recognition Week, (April 22-28), I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to you, the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet employees who come to work each day and do your very best to serve the Commonwealth, often without recognition or appreciation from the public.

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Keith MacAdam Endowment Established for Kentucky Nature Preserves

Funds will benefit trails on Kentucky State Nature Preserves

FRANKFORT, Ky. (March 15, 2018) – The family of the late Keith MacAdam and the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission (KSNP) are pleased to announce the establishment of the “Keith MacAdam Endowment for the Kentucky Nature Preserves” in his memory through the Blue Grass Community Foundation.

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Student Firefighters Gear Up, Take on Kentucky’s Fall Forest Fires

Along with personnel from the Kentucky Division of Forestry North Central Region, Central Region, Headquarters, and the Daniel Boone National Forest, several student crew members from Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) worked the 858 acre Mize Branch II fire in Rockcastle County this past weekend.

The fire was multi-jurisdictional with land from private individuals and the Daniel Boone National Forest being impacted.

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2017 Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment Video Online

If you missed part or all of the 2017 Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment, or just want to experience it again, now is your chance to read about it, or to see it all, session by session on video through the Cabinet’s website.

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Energy’s Future, Gov. Bevin Headline Final Day of Governor’s Conference in Lexington

Day Two of the 41st annual Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment saw both the theoretical, the practical and a call to action by Gov. Matt Bevin to close out the sessions.

More than 200 people then attended the awards luncheon at the Lexington Convention Center at which 10 awards were given out to those individuals or businesses honored for preserving and enhancing this beautiful state of ours through energy efficiency, soil conservation, mine land reclamation, farmland stewardship or innovation.

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41st Annual Governor’s Conference Wraps Day One

Day one of the 41st Annual Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment began Thursday, Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. with a welcome by Cabinet Secretary CharlesSnavely at the Lexington Convention Center, Lexington, KY.

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