Big Ass Fans
Big Ass Fans designs and engineers the best HVLS industrial ceiling fans, commercial ceiling fans and residential ceiling fans available.
2348 Innovation Dr., Lexington, KY, 40511
Mariah Pohl 859-629-7724
Clay Hill Memorial Forest
Clay Hill Memorial Forest is an education and research forest serving south-central Kentucky, with 305 acres of forest and restored tall-grass prairie. We host school eld trips that cover environmental topics and a science mentor- ing program that engages students with active scientists. We demonstrate our concern for the environment by management of the forests, grasslands, streams and green technologies.
7426 Old Lebanon Road, Campbellsville, KY, 42718
Dr. Gordon Weddle, 270-465-9570
Daniel Boone National Forest
The Daniel Boone National Forest embraces some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains. Steep forested slopes, sandstone cli s and narrow ravines character- ize the land. e forest has campgrounds, picnic areas, trails, and other recreation facilities that attract more than a million visitors each year.
1700 Bypass Road, Winchester, KY 40391
Kimberly Bonaccorso, 859-745-3100
Fox Run Environmental Education Center
We offer Environmental Education programs and are a licensed wildlife rehabilitation center. We serve seven counties in the Northern Kentucky region.
PO Box 174 Falmouth, KY 41040
Ame Vanorio 859-242-1037
Kentucky Community and Technical College System
For the majority of Kentuckians, KCTCS is the rst higher education door they open for a qual- ity education that is extremely affordable and close to home. Our system of 16 colleges and more than 70 campuses is within a 30 minute drive of 95 percent of all Kentuckians. Higher education begins here.
300 North Main Street, Versailles, KY 40383
Billie Hardin 859-256-3272
Kentucky Division for Air Quality
The mission of the Kentucky Division for Air Quality (DAQ) is to protect human health and the environment by achieving and maintaining acceptable air quality for all Kentuckians. DAQ’s program includes air monitoring, permitting, compliance, regulation development, and environmental education that engages the public to take an active role in protecting air quality.
200 Fair Oaks Lane, First Floor, Frankfort, KY 40601
Roberta Burnes 800-928-0047
Kentucky Environmental Education Council
The Kentucky Environmental Education Council (KEEC) is a state agency within the Education & Workforce Development Cabinet. The agency’s mission is to help Kentuckians develop the skills necessary to solve current environmental problems, prevent new ones, and maintain a balance between the economy and the environment for future generations.
300 Sower Blvd, Frankfort, KY 40601
Billy Bennett 502-564-5937
Kentucky State University
College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems
and Land Grant Program
Kentucky State University’s College of Agriculture, Food Science, and Sustainable Systems is committed to educating our students, campus and local communities, residents of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond, about the importance of preserving the quality of our environment.
400 E. Main St., Cooperative Extension Building
Attn: Environmental Education Programs, Frankfort, KY 40601
Jennifer Hubbard-Sánchez, 502-597-5813 / 502-682-0245
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area manages 170,000 acres of forests, wetlands, and open lands on a peninsula between Kentucky and Barkley lakes in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Self-guided tours, 300 miles of natural shoreline, overnight group facilities, and professional interpreters provide learning activities for everyone, including school groups and homeschoolers that support state requirements.
238 Visitor Center Drive, Golden Pond, KY 42211
Sharon Waltrip 270-924-2038
Life Adventure Center
Life Adventure Center provides outdoor experiential education programs at Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary, which transform lives by enhancing growth, improving communication, and building resiliency. We facilitate appreciation for living things and an understanding about the interdependent relationships within the natural environment while encouraging sustainability programs.
Life Adventure Center
Sanctuary 570 Milner Road, Versailles, KY 40383
1305 Germany Road, Frankfort, KY 40601
Barb Cornett 859-619-5839 or 859-873-3271
Morehead State University’s Center for Environmental Education
Morehead State University Center for Environ- mental Education’s mission is to increase the environmental literacy of MSU students as well as the citizens of the Commonwealth through education, place-based learning, and research to assure the protection and sustainable development of Kentucky’s natural and cultural resources. We o er a variety of programs for all ages, and preservice and inservice teacher professional learning.
Ginger Hall 601E, Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
April Haight 606-783-2455
The Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability & the Environment
The Institute for Sustainability and the Environment (ISE) is a cross college entity at the University of Kentucky committed to helping the Commonwealth meet the complex and multifaceted environmental challenges which face the global community and threaten human health and well-being. ISE is committed to fostering novel, interdisciplinary advancements in science, technology, design, education and policy to address society’s most pressing problems.
228 Mining & Mineral Resources Building, 504 Rose St.
Lexington, KY 40506-0107
Alicia Landon, Administrative Associate, 859-257-9563
Rebecca McCulley, Director, 859-257-9564
University of Kentucky
Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture
Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) is a program area of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Extension ANR programs are part of the outreach program of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture. We provide informal education in agricultural production and environmental stewardship.
N122 Ag Science North, Lexington, KY 40456
Ashley Osborne, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. In order to fulfill this mission one of Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery's (WCNFH) goals is to provide environmental education and outreach programs. To meet other station goals, WCNFH produces approximately 1,000,000 rainbow, brown, and brook trout weighing 275,000 pounds annually. These fish are stocked into 120 different public fishing waters in Kentucky.
50 Kendall Rd., Jamestown, KY 42629
Environmental Education/Outreach Specialist
Moria Painter, email@example.com
Environmental Education/Outreach Specialist
Ashley Buffington, firstname.lastname@example.org
James Gray, email@example.com
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