Franklin County

Conservation District 

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE - Due to the concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, the Franklin County Conservation District Office will be closed. Employees will continue to work and be reachable via telephone and email. You may contact the employees for assistance by calling the phone and leaving a message at (502) 352-2701 or calling Crystal at 502-330-5084 or emailing [email protected]. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.


Conservation District Board Meetings start at 1:00 pm at the district office.  All meetings of the district board are open to the public. 


                          JANUARY 11th                                  JULY 12th

                          FEBRUARY 8th                             AUGUST 9th

                          MARCH 8th                                    SEPTEMBER 13th

                          APRIL 12th                                         OCTOBER 11th

                          MAY 10th                                           NOVEMBER 8th

                          JUNE 14th                                          DECEMBER 13th

Other Important Conservation District Dates:


FEBRUARY 1st - 11th - NACD Annual National Meeting - Virtual

MARCH 18th - Tree Seedling Give Away - Franklin County District Office

MARCH 18th - Deadline for Big Tree Contest entries due in District Office

APRIL 3rd - Reforest Frankfort/Arbor Day

APRIL - Franklin County Clean-Up Week

JULY 11 - 13th - KACD 78th Annual Convention - Lexington, KY

AUGUST 8 - 10th - NACD Southeast Regional Meeting - Gulf Shores, AL

Water Management Working Group

The Water Management Working Group, a 20-member task force assembled by Kentucky Farm Bureau, is charged to develop recommendations that will enhance the quality and quantity of water resources accessible for agricultural production in the state. Its mission is to research the emerging critical issue of inadequate water supplies available for agricultural production, examine potential actions to solve this deficiency and make recommendations for bringing new and reliable water sources to key areas of farm production in Kentucky.

Follow the work of the Water Management Working Group: