Jackson County Conservation District

Each county in Kentucky is represented by a local conservation district, consisting of seven elected supervisors. These conservation districts assist the landowners in each county with creating and implementing practices to protect the soil and water quality. The conservation districts help conserve Kentucky's resources by helping local people match their needs with technical and financial resources.


Contact Jackson County Conservation District


Contact Jackson County Conservation District

Jen Kennedy
Administrative Secretary
3258 Highway 421S
McKee, Kentucky  40447
Phone: (606) 287-4284

 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Jackson County, Kentucky


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