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September 5, 2015 6:48 PM

Kentucky environmentalists decry draining of money from state conservation funds

HAZELDELL — There is a spot in northern Pulaski County that is very rare, a wet meadow that is home to a splash of wildflowers and several threatened plants. The site is an example of how public funding can be used to protect high-value natural areas. These days, however, conservation advocates are worried about a lack of money for such work.

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