Mint Julep Month Begins! Kentucky Waterways Alliance is proud to be the beneficiary of this year’s Mint Julep Month, presented by Garden & Gun and Bourbon Country. Even with the Derby postponed, KWA will be celebrating Mint Julep Month from April 1-30, honoring Kentucky’s … Continue reading
Thank you Knight Middle School students for participating in our first cleanup event of 2020 at McNeely Lake in Louisville on Wednesday, March 4.
Intern Spotlight: Iyana Burton Iyana’s love of the outdoors grew from a very early age, since she’s originally from Florida. On the weekends she would go to the beach, Gemini Springs, and SeaWorld. Being surrounded by nature and animals was … Continue reading
Interview with Becky Brewer, Friends of Red River’s 2019 Volunteer of the Year, written by Laura Gregory, Red River Watershed Coordinator L: How long have you been involved with Friends of Red River? B: Since I think 2015 is when … Continue reading
KWA staff and board recently celebrated the service to KWA of Gordon Garner with a party at the home of Marcia and Chris Boone. Gordon has been on the KWA board since 2003, was Vice President from 2005-2010, and President … Continue reading
Read our October 17, 2019 e-blast here.
Every three years the Kentucky Department of Water (KDOW) produces a detailed review of its Water Quality Standards (WQS) in what is called the Triennial Review. The Triennial Review WQS become an overarching guide for protecting our creeks, streams, … Continue reading
Look for us at Forecastle Friday, Saturday and Sunday. KWA volunteers will be serving cold brews to keep you chill throughout the festival. Your gratuities go to KWA and will help fund our efforts to protect, restore and celebrate … Continue reading
If you love music, beer and Kentucky’s waterways, volunteer to serve drafts on behalf of KWA at Forecastle. This “job” is top-rated on the fun scale ’cause you are in the midst of Louisville’s most famous music festival…and proceeds from … Continue reading