Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Please join Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails for a fun ride Sunday Sep 24. Meet @ the Morehead Methodist Church parking lot at 2:00 PM to car pool to the site. Or meet at the site at 2:20 PM.
We will ride the Airport Road and Eagle Trace Road. Parking is available near the National Guard Armory just off Highway 801. This is a 10 mile ride. A great family fun event. Bring a helmet and water.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017



Exciting News!   Sustainable Morehead, Inc. is adding a new meeting time and place.  We shall be meeting at Coffee Tree Books at 12:30 in the afternoon for those of you who would enjoy meeting during lunch.  We will alternate between afternoon and evening meetings monthly to accommodate more people.  .  This month ( September) we will meet  on Monday, September 18th  .   Please, bring your friends, and  come  share your ideas as we plan the coming year for our wonderful organization.  Next month, (October) we will meet in the evening  at the Methodist Church.  All are welcome.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

August 2017 Hike

"Please join Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails 2:00 PM, August 13, for our monthly Second Sunday Hike. Meet at the Morehead Methodist Church parking lot to carpool to the Stoney Cove parking lot or meet the group there at 2:30PM.
We will hike the lake front Part of the Sheltowee Trace for a mile or two. We will see the work of Governor Scholars' volunteers. A great effort by these students was made to improve the trail a few weeks ago.

Friday, July 14, 2017

July 2017 Bike Ride

Please join Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails for our fourth Sunday bicycle ride around Morehead. Meet 2:00 PM, Sunday July 23, 2017, at the Morehead Methodist Church parking lot. This is a family fun event riding in Morehead's scenic neighborhoods."

Thursday, June 29, 2017

July Hike 2017

Join Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails for July's 2nd Sunday hike, which is coming up July 9. Meet at the Methodist Church parking lot at 2:00 PM for a hike in the woods near a great water feature. This hike will be suitable for all ages and hiking abilities. Bring the whole family for some summertime fun.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Exciting Opportunities at our June 19th Meeting
Where: Morehead Methodist Church
When: 6:30
Opportunities:  (1) April Haight and Sustainable Morehead will be hosting our first Environmental Issues Forum.  The topic of this discussion is a very important one: Climate Change and You.  All are welcome . Bring your friends and family to ask questions and to have an open, interesting discussion on this extremely pertinent matter.  Our future may depend on it. 
(2)  Sustainable Morehead , Inc. from today and into the future.  As we look ahead, we want your valuable input and participation.  What issues do you feel are important to creating a healthy , sustainable future for our community?  Bring your ideas , leadership skills, and your enthusiasm.  Here is your chance to make a real difference and have some fun,too.   We will have a brief meeting before the Environmental Issues Forum to listen to your ideas. 
Light , healthy snacks shall be provided. 

Monday, May 8, 2017

NEWKENTUCKY
    PROJECT

Event:  May 11 2017
Rowan County Arts Center
6PM - 8PM
25.00   adults
10.00  students

Adam Edelen and Matt Jones   Speakers

The New Kentucky Project seeks to move Kentucky forward and modernize our state through a variety of different policy initiatives. However we do acknowledge that there will be differences of opinion amongst some Kentuckians on issues and we seek to embrace those differences, rather than rigidly accept the two-party dichotomy so often required in today's politics. We believe that where intelligent, well-meaning people disagree, consensus can be built through discussion and education.

Monday, May 1, 2017

“Attention hikers”  Please spend time with your mother or bring back some of your memories of your mother this Mother’s Day, the Second Sunday, May 14, our normal hike day. We will gather instead on the Third Sunday, May 21 for a hike for all.
Meet at the Morehead Methodist Church to car pool, Sunday May 21, at 2:00 PM, OR at the Paragon Road trail head at 2:30 PM. Access the Paragon Road Trailhead by traveling south on highway 519 for 9.3 miles from the US 60 intersection. Then turn left on the Paragon-Craney Road, labeled FS 947. The trail head is a short distance on the Right.
This hike will be for all ages and levels of ability. Strollers, wheelchairs, young to old. All are invited. The “trial" is paved and flat, It parallels the scenic Craney Creek. Allow about 2 hours for this outdoor experience. See you then.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Second Sunday Hike for April - Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails will host a hike on Sunday, April 9th, 2017. Meet at the parking lot of the Methodist Church in downtown Morehead at 2pm. From there we shall carpool to a local trail. All are welcome. Bring your family/friends, water, a light snack. Take photos, create memories, and have a fun time on the trail. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

FREE Gardening Class at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall on Sunday, March19th, 2017 @ 2pm.  Learn the basics to creating and maintaining a successful vegetable garden.  Whitmar McConnell is a successful farmer and soil expert.  All are welcome so bring your friends .  Beginner and experienced gardeners are encouraged to attend.  There will be time to ask your gardening questions. 

Saturday, March 4, 2017

It is Almost Spring. Time to Sign-up for a Garden Plot at Your Lovely Local Community Garden
Garden Locations:  (1) The Perkins Garden at the corner of Triplett and Bridge Streets near the Recycling Center  (2) The Jewell Lane Garden  in Forest Hills . 
When: Monday, March 13th, 2017 at 7pm
Where: Methodist Church on Main Street in Morehead, KY
Cost: $20 for the first year.  Returning gardeners receive a discount.

Free Workshop:  If you are a beginner gardener or just want to know more, experienced gardeners will be holding a free workshop to help you.  Come to the meeting to find out more. 
All are welcome.  Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Meet at the Methodist Church parking lot March 12, at 2:00 PM for Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails' sponsored "Second Sunday" hike.
We will carpool to Rodburn Park to hike the Martin Branch Trail in search of spring wildflowers prominent on this popular trail and celebrate the beginning of Daylight Savings Time!

Friday, February 10, 2017

Sustainable Morehead Meeting February 20th, 2017 - Do you want to learn more about upcoming changes and share ideas about Morehead's Triplett Valley Trail?  I am sure you saw the recent photo in the Morehead News.  Come hear two dynamic speakers, Connie Ackerman and Scott Davison, discuss what is new and exciting about this important trail right here within our Trail Town city limits.  The meeting will be hosted by Sustainable Morehead at 7pm at the Methodist Church in downtown Morehead. Refreshments will be served . The public is invited to attend, so add it to your calendar today.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Join Sustainable Morehead & Daniel Boone Rails to Trails for a Second Sunday Hike in February
Sunday Feb 12 @ 2:00 PM.
Meet @ the Morehead Methodist Church parking lot and carpool to the Eagle Lake area. We will offer three options to appeal to all levels of hikers.
All are welcome for this family fun event.
Hope we can get this out to as many as possible.
"The Rowan County hills are alive with hikers"

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Two Great Speakers!

Sustainable Morehead will have TWO great speakers at our next meeting.  Come meet the new director of the Morehead Recycling Center.  Find out what is new and exciting at this useful asset to our community.  Our own dynamic speaker and avid composter,  David Dummer, will teach us all about composting.  If you want better soil, compost!  Please join us for this informative night and learn to reduce and recycle.  We will be meeting at the Methodist Church at 7pm on Monday, January 23rd.  All are welcome to attend.