About The Kenton Conservancy
The Kenton Conservancy is a community based, non-profit organization with the goal of land conservation in Kenton County for the benefit of people and nature. Landowners who share this goal may work hand-in-hand with the Kenton Conservancy in using a land conservation option on their own land. These options are flexible and may qualify for a variety of income, property, and estate tax benefits.
TKC works with many partners in efforts to preserve land in Kenton County:
The Kenton Conservancy is a member of the Land Trust Alliance.
Board of Directors
Ms. Mackey McNeill, Chair
Mr. Gary Wolnitzek, Vice-Chair
Ms. Kathy Donohoue, Secretary
Dr. Shannon Galbraith-Kent, Treasurer
Mr. Justin Sanders
Mr. Josh Horn
Mr. John Hammons
Kris Knochelman, Kenton County Judge Executive
Scott Gunning, Kenton County Parks & Recreation Director
Dennis Gordon, FAICP, Planning and Development Services of Kenton County Executive Director