In 2017 and 2018, the Jackson Purchase Foundation partnered with the Watershed Studies Institute at Murray State University and the City of Murray to host the Four Rivers Watershed Sustainabilty Summit to celebrate our abundant water resources that are so important to our history and region, and learn about local projects to improve and protect our water resources. The event included educational seminars, booths and demonstrations throughout the day. Click on the links below to see presentations from past summits.
We will once again be hosting this event in 2019! Click here for more information about the 2019 event! This link has the full schedule of activities for the 2019 Festival! This link has more information about the Family Festival to be held on Tuesday, April 2. This link has the schedule of presentations for the Summit on Wednesday, April 3. This link has more information about the Project Aquatic WILD workshop.
Three decades of change in Kentucky Lake: What we can glean from the monitoring data, how we got here, and where we are going
Susan Hendricks, Murray State University
The Silver Menace: Invasive Asian Carp in the Midwest
Timothy Spier, Murray State University
Asian Carp Efforts in Kentucky
Jessica Morris, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
If you are intersted in participating in future Four Rivers Watershed Sustainability Summits, please contact:
Four Rivers Basin Coordinator
P.O. Box 1156
Benton, KY 42025