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Abandon Mined Lands (AML) Webinar

At 7:00 pm we'll hear from Eric Dixon and Kendall Bilbrey, two Appalachian Transition Fellows researching ways Abandoned Mine Lands funds could be used to help economic development in mine-affected regions, including how these plans are part of the White House's POWER+ plan and could be used within Kentucky's SOAR initiative.

Jefferson County co-hosts grassroots lobby training

The Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC (JCKFTC) partnered with eight local allies to host a Grassroots Lobby Training on January 27. This two-hour training was free and open to the public and was attended by nearly 80 community members, a majority of whom were new to grassroots lobbying.

Jefferson County Grassroots Lobby Training

You Voted. Now What? Talk to your elected representatives. Hold them accountable. Tell them what matters to you. Democracy thrives when the voices of ordinary citizens are listened to and valued. 

Effective Grassroots Lobbying Training

We’ll review how the legislative process works and discuss best practices for making your voice heard on important issues. We’ll also discuss some of the priority issues KFTC is supporting this year, and take a tour of the Capitol Annex and Capitol Building.

Madison County Citizen Lobbying Training

Join us for this free workshop to learn skills for making your voice heard as an effective grassroots citizen lobbyist at the local, state, and national level. This workshop is being organized by the Madison County Chapter of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC).

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