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Dedicated in 2020, Drennon Creek State Nature Preserve protects 329 acres of ridgetop and hardwood forest ravines along Drennon Creek in Henry county. The property was graciously donated and protects habitat for the state listed Braun Rockcress (Borodinia perstellata) at the northern most end of its range. In addition, the forest helps protect water quality in Drennon Creek and provides foraging habitat for forest dwelling bats.

Access: Access is by permit for scientific research only.​

Access Type: Research Only
County: Henry
Region: Bluegrass Region
Size: 329
Owner: Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves

Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves​

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