“This is the meeting for those of you getting your hands dirty.”
The Kentucky Habitat Management Symposium is an annual, two-day meeting that teaches the implementation of conservation practices. Essentially, we teach the actions you take outdoors during the installing, fixing and maintaining of plant and animal communities. It brings together land management professionals and landowners in one room learning, being inspired and networking together.
All content is taught by the folks who are doing the work across a variety of habitat types. We cover conservation practices that occur in grasslands, pollinator habitat, woodlands, wetlands, streams and ecological landscapes.