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Jellico Creek

Join the local community in voicing opposition to Forest Service’s ten thousand acre Jellico Mountain logging project.

Dear Friends!​ We want to tell you about an opportunity to make a positive impact. The Jellico Vegetation Management Project is a massive logging project that the Forest Service announced…

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Public participation is critical in shaping the future of the Jellico Mountains

Jellico Creek, Daniel Boone National Forest, Critical Habitat for Federally listed Endangered and Threatened Species What’s going on in Jellico?  Jellico is a part of the Cumberland Mountains on the…

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Forest Service aims to shortcut environmental review and public participation in logging projects

​The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) recently issued final revised regulations that dramatically shortcut environmental review, and public input and oversight, on projects that include up to 2,800 acres of logging…


2017 Music Fest

2017 Kentucky Heartwood Festival (JULY 29 in Millville) from Sellus Wilder on Vimeo. 12th Annual Kentucky Heartwood Music Festival  Saturday, July 29, 2017 3:00 to 10:00 pm Rain or Shine…


Mark your calendars! UPCOMING EVENTS

Engaging, friendly, fun events in support and celebration of local communities and our diverse Kentucky wildlands. All are welcome!View this email in your browser June 3 – First Friday Berea…


2012 Wild & Scenic Film Fest a Great Success!

Thank you to everyone who came out and helped make our first hosting of the SYRCL Wild & Scenic Film Festival a night to remember. The SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizens League) Wild…


Thanks for a Great Dance!

Hello everyone!                We had a great dance!  Many thanks go to the Capital City Orchestra (Diane Simmons, Don Coffey, Jim Eaton, Joan Adrian, Karen Friley, Kay Kennedy, Lara Panayatoff,…