Our summer newsletter features the recent listing of Trail’s End on the National Register of Historic Places as well as current projects to document Floracliff’s biodiversity.

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Trail’s End, a former girls’ camp, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 26, 2019. The 59-acre tract owned by Floracliff encompasses the former camp lodge, the surrounding forest used for camp activities, as well as remnants of additional camp facilities.

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Following a year of expansion at Floracliff, 2018 has been a year of cultivating ideas and bringing plans to fruition. Our 2018 year-end newsletter features highlights of 2018 as well as information about upcoming programs.

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In the first half of 2018, we expanded our ash tree conservation efforts and our citizen science projects. Learn more about this and upcoming programs in our Summer 2018 newsletter.

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2017 was a milestone year for Floracliff. We added new land and trails and it was a record-breaking year for our educational programs.

Learn more in the 2017 Year-end Review.

What are we working on now that we have closed on the Trail’s End tract? Learn more about what’s next for Trail’s End, volunteer projects, research projects and partner project in our Summer 2017 Newsletter.

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Floracliff recently acquired an adjacent 59 acres, bringing the total acreage of the sanctuary to 346 acres. The addition, known as Trail’s End, is protected with a conservation easement provided by the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund.

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