At last year's River Blast, Bethany Overfield of Kentucky River Watershed Watch, third from left, described how impediments affect the flow of water to Autumn Brinegar, left, Rilie Ledford and her mother, Kyra Ledford, of Richmond. The second annual River Blast is being held Saturday.
At last year's River Blast, Bethany Overfield of Kentucky River Watershed Watch, third from left, described how impediments affect the flow of water to Autumn Brinegar, left, Rilie Ledford and her mother, Kyra Ledford, of Richmond. The second annual River Blast is being held Saturday. Herald-Leader
At last year's River Blast, Bethany Overfield of Kentucky River Watershed Watch, third from left, described how impediments affect the flow of water to Autumn Brinegar, left, Rilie Ledford and her mother, Kyra Ledford, of Richmond. The second annual River Blast is being held Saturday. Herald-Leader

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