Kentucky River Water Trail Pool 11
KentuckyRiverkeeper Pat Banks
Rivers, Trails, Conservation AssistanceProgram of National Park Service
EnthusiasticEstill CountyCommunityParticipation
KY RiverAuthorityWatershed Grant
VOLUNTEERSRiver Survey completedApril 14 & July 25, 2012
Engaging Youth inBoth Recreational and Civic Activities on the Kentucky River
Unique Highlight’sand Features: Lock House on Dam 11
Station Camp Creek History
Old Coal MineWater Intake at Covered Rock
Water Quality Awareness
MadisonCounty WaterSupply Intake
Flora and Fauna: IdentifyingEndangered Species
Existing access at Irvine bridge (left)and Drowning Creek Road, Madison County (above)
ImprovingRecreationalAccess: Sitefor New Rampwith assistance from NPSChallenge Cost Share Grant
View fromnew ramp site
Fishing Boating
Safety Issues: Educating About Dam Dangers
Dam Awareness
Launch Event tobe scheduledOctober, 2012US Dept ofInterior torecognize as aGreat OutdoorsInitiative Projectfor Kentucky
Strong Support:•EKU Center for Appalachian Studies•Recreational Trails Assistance Program – NationalPark Service•Estill Co...
Boonesboro Floracliff State park Clay’s FerryVall...
Pool 11 presentation draft
Pool 11 presentation draft
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Pool 11 presentation draft

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Pool 11 presentation draft

  • 1. Kentucky River Water Trail Pool 11
  • 2. KentuckyRiverkeeper Pat Banks
  • 3. Rivers, Trails, Conservation AssistanceProgram of National Park Service
  • 4. EnthusiasticEstill CountyCommunityParticipation
  • 5. KY RiverAuthorityWatershed Grant
  • 6. VOLUNTEERSRiver Survey completedApril 14 & July 25, 2012
  • 7. Engaging Youth inBoth Recreational and Civic Activities on the Kentucky River
  • 8. Unique Highlight’sand Features: Lock House on Dam 11
  • 9. Station Camp Creek History
  • 10. Old Coal MineWater Intake at Covered Rock
  • 11. Water Quality Awareness
  • 12. MadisonCounty WaterSupply Intake
  • 13. Flora and Fauna: IdentifyingEndangered Species
  • 14. Existing access at Irvine bridge (left)and Drowning Creek Road, Madison County (above)
  • 15. ImprovingRecreationalAccess: Sitefor New Rampwith assistance from NPSChallenge Cost Share Grant
  • 16. View fromnew ramp site
  • 17. Fishing Boating
  • 18. Safety Issues: Educating About Dam Dangers
  • 19. Dam Awareness
  • 20. Launch Event tobe scheduledOctober, 2012US Dept ofInterior torecognize as aGreat OutdoorsInitiative Projectfor Kentucky
  • 21. Strong Support:•EKU Center for Appalachian Studies•Recreational Trails Assistance Program – NationalPark Service•Estill County Judge Executive’s Office•Madison County Judge Executive’s Office•KY River Authority•Kentucky Department of Adventure Tourism•University of Kentucky-Ky Geological Survey•Kentucky River Water Trail Alliance
  • 22. Boonesboro Floracliff State park Clay’s FerryValley ViewPark & Ferry

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