Chapter: Northern Kentucky

If you believe that Northern Kentucky communities are best served by honoring diversity and promoting sustainability, then join the Northern Kentucky chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.

The chapter began in Northern Kentucky in 2010, and has been active working to build a more just and sustainable community. From concerts, to film series, to candidate forums, our chapter is always working to find ways to better engage and work within our community. We hope you can join us, and help build a better Kentucky.

Recent Activities

Members Enjoy Multi-Chapter Sustainability Tour

Members Filly Tierney, Rosanne Klarer, Ben Baker, and Jack Barnett talk about how the day went in Jack's kitchen after the event concluded.

Nearly 20 members of the Northern Kentucky and Scott County chapters participated in a day of learning and experiencing different ways people are working to build a more sustainabile and healthy K

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Music For The Mountains 2

Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers, who performed at the Barn Dance, will be one of the featured acts!

A couple of years ago several musicians from the Greater Cincinnati area came together to help raise money to put an end to mountaintop removal mining by supporting Kentuckians For The Commonwealth and Ohio Citizen Action. They created a CD filled with local music that was unique to that album. The efforts raised over $15,000, split between the two organizations.

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Scott County & NKY Chapters Mountain Witness Tour

 On September 13th and 14th KFTC members and allies, anchored by members coming from Scott County, attended a Mountain Witness Tour visiting members from Letcher and Harlan counties. The group, which included members from the Northern Kentucky and Scott County chapters, a blogger named Stormy, her daughter, allies from the Georgetown College Sustainability Initiative, and members of Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition, began the weekend by visiting Wiley’s Last Resort on top of Pine Mountain.

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Pendleton County residents discuss proposed pipeline

Roughly 30 people came out to a meeting at the Pendleton County Public Library last night to learn more about the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline that may be coming through their com

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Barn Dance Success

This past Saturday, northern Kentucky members held a Barn Dance in historic Rabbit Hash.

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Regular Meetings:

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Roebling Point Bookstore
306 Greenup Street
Covington, KY 41011
Monthly Chapter Meeting

Every Third Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Chapter Organizer:

Joe Gallenstein
Covington, KY
859-380-6103