I’m excited to be traveling to Seattle for the annual meeting of American Society of Environmental Historians. The panels look highly interesting, though I’m unsure how I’ll attend 3 simultaneously.
My poster on the agricultural landscape of Fayette County, Kentucky and the Purchase of Development Rights program that aims to limit urban sprawl will be on display in the Grand Foyer all weekend. I’ll be around to discuss during the poster session on Saturday morning, but leave me feedback on here or via Twitter if I’m not there when you check it out. I’m posting it below for those who are missing the weekend’s fun.
Special thanks to the Kentucky Historical Society: a) for their flexibility regarding my hours and b) for the scholarly fellowship last summer during which I found the Ronald Morgan postcard collection that I’ve used here.