Donate to the Kentucky Resources Council to help protect Kentucky’s air, water, and land and to support and sustain healthy communities across the state. The support of friends who share a belief in KRC's mission is essential to our ability to provide legal and strategic assistance and advocacy on environmental issues for low-income individuals and communities. We accept no corporate or government funds and rely solely on our members - individuals, organizations, and charitable donors, who commit time, talent, and financial support. Please join us in envisioning and creating a better world!
By ordering a KRC T-Shirt, you provide valuable funding for the environmental defense and environmental advocacy work of KRC. Each shirt is $22.00 and shipping is $5.00 (quantitites of four or more shirts may have increased shipping, please allow 3-5 business days for shipping).
Our shirts are printed by Print My Threads, located in Flatwoods, Kentucky (and they are amazing to work with) and made from 100% recycled material. By choosing to reclaim material, we save energy and resources equivalent to the conservation ofshaving 5.87 miles off your daily commute or going computerless for an entire workday.
The current shirt is available in a heathered navy and limited quantities are available. Shirts will be available until out of stock.
A new order will be place in summer 2020. Let us know what colors or additional merchandise you would like to see by email Amy Carpenter, KRC Office Manager, at email@example.com.
We are extremely thankful for the generosity of all of our members.
In 2020, we also received support for legal-assistance programs from the Kentucky Bar Foundation, a nonprofit, charitable arm of Kentucky’s legal community. This Foundation educates and support Kentuckians through grants, programs and other initiatives. Learn more by visiting their website.
Recently, the Kentucky Bar Foundation provided financial support for KRC to be able to enhance access to environmental legal services for low-income individuals and communities in Kentucky.
by Trina Peiffer, written for the Kentucky Resources Council
November 3, 2017
Who would you want in the middle
of your controversy—
your town, forest, mountain,
your water supply,
your cave, neighborhood, farmland,
who would you want
when you can’t take the trees
to the courtroom with you
to state their case
and you can’t make the river talk
any more than it does, tippling the rocks,
when you can’t determine in dollars exactlythe value of clean air,
and it never will blow back
in its own defense.
Who would you want
in defense of the voiceless, the unseen,
and in defense of the beautiful
those delicate connectionsbetween waterways, & in soil
fortifying plants, & in the power
of trees growing and re-growing
under our single sun.
is the legal face of the voiceless.
stands behind its every brief, legal opinion, policy,
is fearless in the middle of controversy
where it stakes its place in the heart of Kentucky.