Lynn Kinser, Area Administrative Coordinator and Area Earth Team Volunteer Coordinator, has a heart for helping veterans get back on their feet after serving our country.
Read her story here.
Chris Allard, Human Resources Specialist, spends his free time with his Little Brother. Read his story about volunteering with the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.
Dr. Reed Cripps has been named the new Assistant State Conservationist for Operations in Kentucky effective July 1st, 2013. More about Reed...
Sheila Keeling completed the Emerging Leaders Development Program (ELDP) this year and encourages other NRCS employees to take advantage of the opportunity when the program is offered again. Read Sheila's story.
Paul Howell has been the only Geologist for NRCS in Kentucky for decades. He has helped countless landowners with water supply issues on their farms. What has kept him with the agency for nearly 49 years? Read his story.
Kurt Mason doesn't have the traditional conservationist role because he has spent most of his career in the urban area of Louisville, Kentucky. The diversity of his work is what he loves most though...read his story.
For the family of Gary Reckner, Assistant State Conservationist for Field Operations, land judging seems to run in the family. Now headed to the National Land Judging Competition in Oklahoma, Gary's two daughters have an opportunity to bring home another national title.
Read their story.
Lori Baker, Contract Specialist in Lexington, spends much of her free time volunteering for the Lexington Humane Society. Read how Lori is making a difference!
Coleman Gusler selected as the State Conservation Engineer (February 2013). Read more.
Charles Farmer, District Conservationist has a passion for protecting farmland in Kentucky. Read more.