KSNH is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1943 to promote the study of nature and natural sciences. Members of our society not only enjoy nature, but seek to expand and share knowledge of our state’s natural history with others. We meet our goals through meetings, field trips, publications, and conferences.
KSNH provides funds for students engaged in natural history and biodiversity research in Kentucky.
The deadline for submissions is 15 April 2022, with review applications and awarding of funds to move quickly in the immediate weeks following the submission deadline!
Membership is open to all individuals interested in nature, such as astronomy, botany, entomology, geology, mycology, ornithology, nature photography, zoology, etc. KSNH has members throughout Kentucky, and neighboring states. Please complete your membership form and make a payment below! Alternatively, join via check payment here.
Articles & Notes from Members
- Genus Scrophularia in KY, in memoriam of Berl Meyer, past KSNH President
- Copper Iris, Iris fulva (Ker Grawl.), and a General Overview of Irises
(Be sure complete your membership form when you make payment!)
KSNH Contributing Member ($30)
This level affords regular membership status ($15), and also includes $15 as a contribution to our endowment in support of our grants and scholarships.
KSNH Regular Member ($15)
Join at this level for standard membership status.
KSNH Student Member ($7.50)
Join at this discounted rate if you are a student! Student members must indicate their institution of higher learning.
KSNH Organizational Member ($100)
Institutions and agencies join at this group for membership and voting status.
Get in Touch & Support KSNH
In order to continue funding student grants, alongside other publications and projects, continual support is needed. KSNH is a not-for-profit, 501-C3 Corporation and all of your gifts are fully tax deductible under the tax code. Please remember KSNH when making donations and estate planning.
One-Time, Charitable Contribution
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