Choose Your Own Adventure
You're at a coffee shop and you overhear friends talking about a significant portion of the Daniel Boone National Forest potentially getting logged this fall. They're worried about the impacts of logging on the forest habitat: the animals, trees, waterways and soil. They're sad that their favorite hiking area will be impacted for years to come.
Can't see the forest for the trees?
Here's what we suggest doing if you're interested in supporting our wildlands.
Advocacy work can seem a bit daunting, especially if you're attention is being pulled in different directions.
Here are four things you can do TODAY to make a difference and get started.
Explore issues that matter.
Discover the issues we're fighting against and how you can help. We protect the trees, plants, animals, fungi, streams, soil, and water within the wildlands of Kentucky.
Action can mean writing to your representative or legislator, sign a petition, or attend an event. We know it's hard to know WHAT to write, so we provide scripts or an outline to help you quickly make a difference.
Become a member.
Monthly membership donations provide us with sustainable income as a nonprofit. We use this money to continue our research, education, and advocacy work. $5 a month may seem little, but it makes a big impact!