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Oct. 8, 2017-Fall Color Walk

Oct. 8, 2017-Fall Color Walk

Every year, River Fields members are invited to enjoy the beauty of fall in one of the most beautiful settings imaginable, on a Fall Color Walk at Wolf Pen Branch Mill Farm. The walk is led by Garry Libby, a…

Nov. 12, 2017-Edyalmoor Tour

Nov. 12, 2017-Edyalmoor Tour

The Edyalmoor Tour is held annually of the grounds of the historic Edyalmoor estate, which is protected forever by a conservation easement held by River Fields and the Kentucky Heritage Council. These tours are led by River Fields staff and…

Collaboration

Collaboration

Over the past five decades, River Fields has established strong collaborative relationships with government agencies at the local, state and national level. To insure appropriate growth for our region, we work closely with key agencies such as: Metro Planning and…

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

For nearly half a century, River Fields has worked to strengthen community involvement and knowledge about environmental issues by working closely with local citizens, organizations and the news media. River Fields views the Ohio River Corridor as one large neighborhood…

River Fields Newsletters

River Fields Newsletters

We produce periodic newsletters for the community, have a look! 2016 Newsletter 2015 Newsletter 2014 Newsletter 2013 Newsletter 2012 Newsletter

Donation: Tax Benefits

Donation of certain development rights to a qualified organization like River Fields can constitute a tax-deductible charitable gift. To be deductible, an easement must meet certain minimum conservation objectives established by the federal government. The value of the gift, determined…

Donate Your Land Or Easement

Donate Your Land Or Easement

There are many different ways for a landowner to conserve his/her property. River Fields can help every landowner explore the options and assist them in meeting their goals. If River Fields is unable to meet a landowner’s specific needs, we…

Conserve Your Land

Conserve Your Land

River Fields uses two primary land protection tools: conservation easements and fee simple ownership. We undertake this work through donations and occasionally through purchase. These conservation methods are ones used by over 1,700 land conservation organizations nationwide. We work with…

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