HB 427 would enable private, non-profit land trusts to apply for the public funding that is provided now through the state portion of the un-mined minerals tax, environmental fines, and sale of Kentucky nature license plates. | Photo by Dave Traxler
The task force would make recommendations to members of the General Assembly for policies to support the development of Kentucky’s local food economy.
Alliance Director Knox van Nagell’s responds to the question “With the future of a $5 billion agriculture industry at stake, what needs to be done to keep it sustainable?” | Photo by Dave Traxler
A healthy environment is crucial to the success of Lexington-Fayette County and the greater Bluegrass Region in the 21st century and beyond.
Thanks Bullhorn for doing such a great job on The Fayette Alliance video!
On Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2, the University of Kentucky College of Design’s Historic Preservation program will host its 6th Annual Historic Preservation Symposium entitled “New Voices, Current Needs.”
On Wed. March 28 the Courthouse Area Design Review Board approved the latest design for the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington.
Join us February 20, 22, & 27, 2012 at 6 p.m. for the 2012 Lafayette Seminar in Public Issues!
Southland Christian Church expected to purchase former gas station located in front of it’s renovated Lexington Mall satellite campus, currently under development.
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