Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Act Protects Surface and Groundwater

Our Kentucky farmers believe there is nothing more important than caring for our environment and conserving natural resources as they want to ensure the land will continue producing food, fiber, and energy for many years to come.

Legislation enacted in 1994 by the Kentucky General Assembly requires Kentucky farmers with 10 or more acres to develop and use an Agricultural Water Quality Plan with best management practices to protect surface and groundwater resources from pollution.

Read more about the Kentucky Agricultural Water Quality Act and Plan