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and reaches agreements to open new access to more than 35,000 acres in Eastern Kentucky:
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closes some ramps, sites and at , and some roads in . Some Forest Service roads normally open for are closed due to flooding. Click here for details:
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Commission nomination meeting Oct. 9 in Jefferson County, For residents of Breckinridge, Bullitt, Jefferson, Meade, Oldham, Shelby & Spencer counties. Details:
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Rush Off-Road attracting off-road enthusiasts from across globe
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 24
Ky Fish & Wildlife Commission to elect officers at Thursday meeting. Full commission meeting on Friday. This includes vote on proposed regulations for Ohio River catfish; pay lakes; and catfish tournaments. Both meetings in Frankfort, open for the public.
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 24
Here's the primary way that biologists age fish.
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NWS Jackson KY Sep 24
Most of eastern Kentucky saw generous amounts of rain in the last 24 hours with many locations seeing between 1 and 3 inches.
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 21
The Canoemobile returns to Oct. 5-6. Paddle a 24-foot on the Ohio River with two dozen of your closest friends. The event is free, and designed for beginners. Equipment and staff courtesy of Click here for details:
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BEA News Sep 20
How big is the outdoor recreation economy?
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BEA News Sep 20
The outdoor recreation economy accounts for 2.2% ($412 billion) of U.S. GDP, according to updated statistics released today.
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 20
Apply for quota now through the end of September:
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 19
Fish and Wildlife employee Brian Moore took this photo of a visitor to our headquarters campus in Frankfort yesterday. Bald eagles still send a surge of excitement among the employees here.
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 19
Radar and Big Data used to track migrations:
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Salato Wildlife Cntr Sep 18
This week: Weds 10:30am, Wild Encounter Weds 2:30pm, groundhog training Thurs 11am, bald talk Fri 9:30am, bobcat enrichment Fri 11:30am, Raptor Encounter Sat 10:30am, Herp Feeding Sat 2:30pm
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 18
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell announces 2 more weeks for whitewater rafting at Breaks park this year
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 17
Juror Kathy Foley to discuss picks for the National Wildlife Art Exhibit in Henderson during special preview Sept. 23. Exhibit opens Oct. 3. (Acrylic painting, "Gone Fishin," by Kathleen Cencula)
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NWS Louisville Sep 17
The center of Tropical Depression Florence is entering eastern Kentucky.
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NWS Louisville Sep 14
Models are coming into better agreement on the track of , but uncertainties remain on the westward/eastward extent
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Daniel Boone NF Sep 14
For evacuees, has waived campground fees for those who need a place to stay. The 14-day limit on campsite occupation has also been lifted for those who are displaced by the storm. Our campground info can be found at .
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Ky Afield Magazine Sep 13
Heads up for all you Russell Fork rafters and kayakers out there....
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