Contributors and citizens like you have helped The Boone Conservancy continue protecting the natural landscapes of Boone County, as well as creating natural areas that are crucial to our community’s health and quality of life. With your help in the last year alone, we have served Boone County and expanded our organization by:
• positioning our organization for the future acceptance and stewardship of new acreage
• planning and sponsoring the 2016 Northern Kentucky Conservancy Luncheon, featuring KY Energy and Environment Cabinet Secretary Charles Snavely, an event that brought regional conservancies, government officials, board members, local leaders, and conservation professionals together to discuss current issues and successes in conservation
• sponsoring Reforest NKY 2016— a tree-planting initiative that has planted native woodland trees on over 36 acres of land since 2007—350 volunteers planted1,500 trees at England-Idlewild Park in one morning!
• strategically removing invasive plant species on the 200 acres of land under our protection
As the only non-profit in Boone County enabled to accept land and easements for protection in perpetuity, we have a big commitment to our community. We are committed to protecting natural landscapes, creating natural spaces for passive recreation and connecting with nature, encouraging and creating opportunities for outdoor education, and balancing conservation with residential and business growth. For TBC to continue its mission and this important work, we ask for your support and assistance. It’s easy to get involved and contribute to TBC’s success:
• Make a financial contribution to The Boone Conservancy. It's simple! Just click the yellow "donate" button in the website header.
• “Like” us on Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter for updates and volunteer opportunities
• There are open positions available on our volunteer Board of Directors and Advisory Committee. Contact us for more information!
Thank you for your continuing support.