Native Plants on Highway Right-of-Ways and Public Space in KY
There have been some efforts made in Kentucky to plant small plots of native plants for our pollinators in Monarch Way Stations, in our state parks and on our highway right-of-way.
The Kentucky Transportation cabinet has approximately 200,000 acres of right-of-way. Of that, it maintains about 100,000 acres with mowing, spraying, re-seeding, etc. In addition, our counties maintain other roads that contain additional acreage that are maintained.
Our members are asked to work with local government agencies to develop areas that are planted with native plants. This will increase the native plants on our highway properties and help eliminate invasive species that threaten the native plants.
See President’s Award #2
- Let’s Grow! How clubs increase their membership
- President’s Project – Appalachian Wildlife Center
- President’s Project: KY Highway Right-of-Ways
- President’s Message – Summer 2019
- Looking ahead to 2018
- History of the GCKY
- President’s Message – SAR 2017 January
- District Meetings
- President’s Message – SAR Key Notes 2016 January
- Keynotes Newsletter 2015 October
- Bring Back the Pollinators
- Special Youth Projects Awards
- Frankfort in August
- President’s Message July 2015
- Happy Gardening from President Edith Nelson
- Judges Symposium Visit