Plea For The Trees
Help Us Save Our Trees
Plea For The Trees ® Louisville,KY 40205



Take Action
You can help by staying informed and up-to-date with new developments and the Environmental Assessment and Historic studies that will be implemented as the Bowman Field Proposal proceeds. 

  • You can visit us on our Facebook page: Plea For The Trees 
  • Keep checking back for updates to this website.
  • You can help spread the word to your friends and neighbors.
  • You can attend any and all public meetings, hearings, etc.
  • You can join our mailing list by sending an email to: pleaforthetrees@gmail.com
  • You can send letters, send emails or call your government representatives.  (For list of elected officials, see Elected Officials page)
  • You can contribute to the legal fund. (A special fund has been set up at the non-profit Kentucky Resources Council [KRC] so that tax-deductible donations can be made for an experienced attorney to represent the neighborhood's interest in this matter; click here for information on making a donation: Donate
  • You can make sure LRAA has your contact information so you can receive any notices.  Contact: 

​        Trish Burke
​        Public Relations Director
​        LRAA
​        trish.burke@flylouisville.com
​        502 363-8506

  • ​You can document and notify the location, date, time and duration if known of any jet/airplane exhaust fumes or smell of raw jet fuel (smells a similar to lighter fluid) you detect in the areas surrounding Bowman Field. Contact:

​        The Air Pollution Control District
​        502 574-6000
        8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 
        Call 311 after hours to report an incident

  • You can document and notify the location, date, time and duration if known of any exceptionally loud aircraft noise in the area surrounding Bowman Field. Contact:

        Airport Authority Noise Officer
        Bob Slattery
        502 363-8516            
        bobslattery@flylouisville.com 


"Do not be afraid to go out on a limb...that is where the fruit is." 

-Anonymous
 Red Maple and Oak in Kingsley
© Mike Hayman