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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 17
THANK YOU - On behalf of Kentucky's fishes and anglers, we thank everyone who recycled their natural Christmas tree with us to enhance fish habitat and fishing in public waters across the Commonwealth!
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 15
LAST DAY TO RECYCLE YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE into fish habitat in Kentucky's public waters:
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C Fisheries Jan 12
We have been hauling from drop off sites around the district this week. If you still have a tree to donate it needs to be dropped off this weekend. We will start cleaning up and closing donation sites on . for all the participation.
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C Fisheries Jan 9
Took advantage of some nice weather this week to build structures. Starting to haul trees from drop off sites. Thanks for all the trees to support habitat work.
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The TRCP Jan 10
Over a century ago, President Theodore Roosevelt changed the political landscape by preserving the natural landscape for generations to enjoy. We are proud to carry his name as we work to carry out his legacy.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 8
2019 FISHING FORECAST - Here's some GREAT INTEL for fishing public waters in Kentucky this year:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 7
Rich Storm appointed as the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources' new Commissioner.
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AssocFishWildlife Jan 2
Great idea! When the Holidays are over and the lights are coming down, the final task of the season is getting rid of the tree. Instead of throwing out your Christmas tree, let it live again as fish habitat -
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 2
WILDLIFE & MUSIC LOVERS -- Join us for with Dan Conn in concert to benefit Kentucky Wild - Jan. 11th at 8pm at Odeon in Louisville. Advance tickets & details here: Great music to help conserve ~1,000 diverse species!
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jan 2
RECYCLE YOUR NATURAL CHRISTMAS TREE & HELP FISH - Learn more & find drop-off locations here:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Dec 31
Attention hunters: Ballard WMA is closing due to backwater flooding. For more information, please visit the department's website at , the Ballard WMA Facebook page () or call the waterfowl hotline at (270) 224-2244.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Dec 21
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION OFFICER recruits in Kentucky:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Dec 21
To the sportsmen and sportswomen of Kentucky from Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet Secretary Don Parkinson:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Dec 20
DONATE YOUR REAL XMAS TREE AND HELP KENTUCKY'S FISH - Remove all decorations then drop off your natural tree at one of the locations listed here: . We'll use them to improve fish habitat and public fishing!
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KY Fish & Wildlife Dec 17
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources broadened protections against chronic wasting disease on Monday.
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Lee Williams Dec 17
The National Shooting Sports Foundation's new +ONE mentorship initiative is the best thing to happen to shooting and hunting since the advent of smokeless powder.
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AssocFishWildlife Dec 17
ICYMI- To further safeguard Kentucky’s deer and elk from chronic wasting disease, the announced new restrictions Saturday on the importation of deer from Tennessee-
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Commissioner Quarles Dec 16
Kentucky honey contributed $925,000 to our farm cash receipts. Pollinators provide an extremely valuable service and a tasty by-product.
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NE Fisheries Dec 15
With the preliminary positive detection of chronic wasting disease in Tennessee, Kentucky is trying to protect it's heard of both deer and elk with new guidelines. If you hunt Tennessee check the link below to see the new regulations.
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National Deer Alliance Dec 14
Now that lawmakers have come to a bipartisan agreement on the nation’s largest source of conservation funding, the future looks brighter for fish and wildlife. Dissecting the farm bill.
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