Jan 12, 2019 | 9:00 AM | Saturday
University of Louisville, Shumaker Research Bldg.
KCC Annual Meetingand Legislative Summit (This Agenda Subject to Change…Watch this space for updates!) Join us on Saturday, January 12th 2019 for the Kentucky Conservation Committee’s Annual Meeting and Legislative Summit, featuring detailed information for conservation
(This Agenda Subject to Change…Watch this space for updates!)
Join us on Saturday, January 12th 2019 for the Kentucky Conservation Committee’s Annual Meeting and Legislative Summit, featuring detailed information for conservation audiences on the 2019 Legislative Session. KCC works to protect Kentucky’s land, air, water and biodiversity by working on legislative solutions in Frankfort.
We are looking forward to a GREAT meeting, with the latest news and opportunities to learn about conservation issues all around Kentucky. Legislative experts will be on hand to answer your most pressing questions on energy, public lands, biodiversity, climate change and more. Please check this page often for schedule updates.
Registered participants will receive detailed briefs on key sessions. Links to materials below (check for updates).
The sessions will start at the Shumaker Research Building at the University of Louisville Campus, 2210 S. Brook Street, Louisville, Room 139. Paid parking available at the Speed Museum garage, and Floyd Street Garage. Parking in campus permit lots (blue lots) are free on weekends.
All-Day Option: You may register for the full day, all sessions for only $20 donation (includes lunch).
KCC Member Discount:Current KCC members can attend all sessions for $15 donation (includes lunch)
Student Registration: students may attend for free with advance registration, lunch included. Limit: 20.
Sponsored by The Kentucky Conservation Committee and University of Louisville Office of Sustainability.
Note: Documents marked with * will be provided at the conference.
Proposed Schedule, subject to updates:
9:00-9:15 am: Registration
9:15-9:30 am: KCC Welcome –Sarah Lynn Cunningham, KCC President; Lane Boldman, KCC Exec. Director
Background: About KCC*
Guide to Citizen Lobbying*
KCC resource link: Introduction to Citizen Lobbying
KCC resource link: How a Bill Becomes a Law in Ky.
Kentucky Conservation Committee’s “Key Steps” Climate Action Guide
9:30 am-10:30 am2019 Legislative Session Overview: Kentucky Conservation Committee Legislative Agent Rand