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National-Wildlife-Refuges

  • A river banked by trees and with smokestacks in the distance.
    Information icon The Ohio River borders the north end of the proposed conservation partnership area for the Green River National Wildlife Refuge in Henderson County. Photo by Kristen Peters, USFWS.

    Green River National Wildlife Refuge

    The federal government is creating a national wildlife refuged in Kentucky close to where the Green River and Ohio River meet. It will benefit wildlife and sportsmen alike.  Learn more...

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  • Two dozen USFWS staff huddle around the new Green River NWR welcome sign
    Information icon Service staff gather around the new Green River National Wildlife Refuge welcome sign. Photo by Stacey Haden, USFWS.

    Secretary Bernhardt Unveils New National Wildlife Refuge in Kentucky

    November 22, 2019 | 5 minute read

    Henderson, Kentucky — Friday, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, along with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials, and their counterparts from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, announced the establishment of the Green River National Wildlife Refuge near the confluence of the Ohio and Green rivers in Henderson, Kentucky. “Under President Donald Trump’s leadership, the Department of the Interior has opened and expanded nearly 1.  Read the full story...

  • A forest composed of many small trees and a grassy/shrub understory
    Information icon A forested section of the proposed Green River National Wildlife Refuge and Conservation Partnership Area. Photo by Lee Andrews, USFWS.

    Public invited to comment on proposed new national wildlife refuge in Henderson County, Kentucky

    July 24, 2019 | 2 minute read

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is inviting the public to comment on the proposed establishment of Green River National Wildlife Refuge in Henderson County, Kentucky. Working at the direction of Congress and in close cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Service has worked to increase hunter access and conserve important wildlife habitat on approximately 24,000 acres in the proposed refuge. A draft land protection plan (LPP) and environmental assessment (EA) have been developed in cooperation with partners as part of the process.  Read the full story...

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