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Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District

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Retired NRCS Urban Conservationist for Kentucky and former Lead District Conservationist Kurt Mason and Environmental Educator Erin M. James for the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District discuss the history and future of Conservation work in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Kurt shares from his 44 years of conservation experience with us as we look towards the future of Soil and Water Conservation.
 
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Have you ever wondered how our Environmental Educator could help you, your students or organization become better stewards of Jefferson County's natural renewable resources? Today our educator, Erin, gives short overview of her work and helps you understand how you can utilize her role in the county. Links below Black Vulture Vocalizations : here E…
 
Join us as we talk to Martin Williams, Project Manager with the Kentucky Office of Agricultural Policy and Madeline Marchal, the new Technical Assistant for the County about the CAIP Program, the history of the funds, who can apply and how to apply to the program. CAIP Website https://www.jeffcd.org/caip…
 
Have you ever considered how unique the geology of our county really is? Did you know we are sitting on a bed of fossils that extends continuously to Indianapolis? Ever wonder what happened to Corn Island? Do you know about the eagles downtown? Interpretive Naturalist and Park Paleontologist Alan Goldstein helps us understand the state of our count…
 
Mike Jackson and Point Barnes share their work and vision for the Opportunity Corner Farmer's Market in West Louisville. Alongside the Black Community Development Corporation, they are striving to build a thriving Farmer's Market for the residents of West Louisville. Please visit them at: https://www.blackcdcky.org/ www.kentuckygreens.com https://w…
 
In this episode we chat with Walt Walker and John Lenti from Greeley and Hansen about the structures and challenges surrounding the issue of Water Justice in the United States. Below is their recommended reading list for your continued learning. An Equitable Water Future: A National Briefing Paper (US Water Alliance; free download) The Color of Law…
 
Do you remember how the Water Cycle works? In this episode, Kurt and I work to refresh your memory in order to provide context for future episodes. Be sure to check out these links to explore water in Kentucky! Water in Kentucky (book) Kentucky Waterways Alliance Watershed Guidebook Surf Your Watershed (guide to finding the watershed where you live…
 
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