The Julian Savanna State Nature Preserve protects 42 acres of remnant bluegrass savanna woodland. A globally imperiled community type unique to the Bluegrass region of Kentucky, the KNP plans to conduct research on methods to restore and enhance the woodland. Several other remnant sites in the region will benefit from the research results. The Julian Savanna State Nature Preserve was made possible with the generous donation of a conservation easement by the owners. It was dedicated on Oct. 22, 2002.
This property is privately owned and is accessible by written permission for research only.