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“Conservation of land and conservation of people frequently go hand in hand.”– Eleanor RooseveltThe Bluegrass region, with its prime soils, productive farms, and prosperous horse operations, is internationally recognized for its agricultural resources and scenic beauty. The agricultural landscape and rich cultural heritage contribute to the quality of life and the economy of the Bluegrass region, making it an extraordinary place to live, work, and play.

Our service area includes/is made up of the following counties:

Anderson

Bourbon

Boyle

Bullitt

Clark

Fayette

Franklin

Garrard

Harrison

Henry

Jefferson

Jessamine

Madison

Mercer

Nelson

Nicholas

Oldham

Scott

Shelby

Spencer

Trimble

Washington

Woodford

Have questions or want to learn more?
We welcome all inquiries, contact Ashley Greathouse, (859) 255-4552, to discuss our service area and all other inquiries regarding conservation easements. All conversations are strictly confidential.

 

 

 

To date, Bluegrass Conservancy has protected 25,629 acres of 117 farms in 15 counties across the Bluegrass Region.

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