Fayette County Conservation District

Helping to Conserve the Natural Resources of Fayette County.

Our Products

Cost-share prgrams, equpiment rental, education materials, conservation plans, aerial photographs, and conservation advice for landowners

About Us

The 1940 Kentucky General Assembly passed KRS Chapter 262 which permitted local farmers to establish Conservation Districts. The Fayette County Conservation District was duly organized as a legal subdivision of State Government on August 5,1946. Today, the Fayette County Conservation District serves the urban, as well as, the rural community.

The Fayette County Conservation District is housed with the Fayette County NRCS.

Congratulations to the 2003 4-H Environmental Club Envirothon Team!!! Great Job at the East Regional and at State! Good luck at Nationals in Maryland!

Directions

From I-64/I-75 take exit 115, BG PARKWAY/AIRPORT/LEXINGTON. Travel about 3 miles into Lexington. The office is located on the right, accross form the Shell station.

Hours of Operation

8:00am - 4:00 pm

Fayette County Conservation District

141 Leestown Center Way Suite 210
Lexington, KY 40511
Fax: 1-859-254-5673
Email: Kemper.melinda@gmail.com
Website: www.fayetteconservation.com