Dedicated to improving the aquatic habitat and water quality
of our neighborhood watershed
Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky


Heritage
Dave Robertson and George Ott enjoying Wolf Run,
Summer of 1947 just downstream of the railroad trestles
at the end of Elam Park Dr. Share your
historic pictures of Wolf Run with us!

Restoration:

BCTC Environmental Science Student Dekia Gaither
planting a donated wild plum along Wolf Run
Join us if you would like to help with
restoration projects along the waterway


Monitoring
Friends of Wolf Run volunteers collect monitoring data from the watershed through habitat assessments, biological collections, photographic surveys and sample collection for laboratory analysis. Join us in this research!


Join us for the Wolf Run Watershed Restoration Weekend
April 5 - 6, 2014
10:00 AM April 5,
Stream Walk, Gardenside Park Gettysburg Dr.
4:00 PM, Saturday April 5, Celebration and Annual Meeting: West Sixth Street Brewery
1:00 PM, Sunday, April 6, Stream Cleanup and Restoration Work Day, Allendale Drive


Springs of the Wolf Run Watershed
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Upcoming Events in our Watershed

Follow Friends of Wolf Run on Facebook

View videos from the watershed on Youtube


Join Friends of Wolf Run Sampling in the watershed for
Pathogens, Conductivity, Nutrients and other Field Parameters

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The Friends of Wolf Run
are dedicated to the proposition that neighbors,
with the right information, working together,
can make a difference in the quality of our creek.
And in the process,
make our property more valuable,
and our community a more pleasant place to live.

We hope you will join us in this effort.


We all want clean water.

We want our neighborhoods to be
a healthy, pleasant place to live.

We have a chance to make this happen
in the Wolf Run Watershed.

Rising near the UK Arboretum,
flowing past our homes and businesses on
Green Briar, Arcadia Park, Regency Road, Southland, Lafayette,
Harrodsburg Road, Garden Springs, Gardenside, Cardinal Valley
and on to Town Branch of South Elkhorn Creek,
is a hidden treasure.

One that is struggling to come back from years of neglect.
But, one that does have a chance.

City government, State government and the Federal government
are investing millions of dollars to fix the creek.
But, they can only do so much.


For more information, contact
Friends of Wolf Run
859-276-1253
Friend@WolfRunWater.org