Celebrating Kentucky’s Great Places: Photo Fun and Book Giveaway

From the banks of the Mississippi River to the peaks of the Appalachian mountains, Kentucky is a beautiful and biologically diverse place. This week, we’ll be digging into the Commonwealth’s natural heritage with the help of some classic books and giving you some ideas about great places to visit as well.

In the meantime, we’d like to announce a little contest for the week—tag us in a photo of you enjoying the great outdoors on social media and win a free copy of Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky. Just mention @KentuckyPress with your photo this week (May 23–30, 2016) via Twitter, Facebook, and/or Instagram to be eligible to receive your complimentary book.*

Go out and snap ’em up!

Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky By Thomas G. Barnes, Deborah White, and Marc Evans 204 pages, 10 x 8.5, 220 color photographs

Rare Wildflowers of Kentucky
By Thomas G. Barnes, Deborah White, and Marc Evans
204 pages, 10 x 8.5, 220 color photographs

*Limit: One free book per person. Offer ends May 30, 2016. The University Press of Kentucky reserves the right to a) deny submissions that appear to violate the terms and conditions of this promotion at its discretion, and b) discontinue or change this offer at any time.

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3 thoughts on “Celebrating Kentucky’s Great Places: Photo Fun and Book Giveaway

  1. Bobbie Wiseman

    I hope I entered the contest. I posted photos of blooming plants in my yard on my Facebook, and tagged it with the link to your Facebook page.
    This morning I received 2 failed calls from UK……..when I answered, it just beeped. Tried to call the number on caller ID, but still just got beeps.
    However, I certainly hope to win the book offered. I’ve perused it several times from the public library, and would definitely enjoy owning a copy of it.

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