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Kentucky conservation officers to participate in Operation Dry Water, aiming to make waterways safer

In an effort to educate the public about the dangers of boating under the influence, conservation officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources are joining other law enforcement agencies for Operation Dry Water, a national campaign promoting boater safety July 5-7. Increased law enforcement presence around Kentucky’s lakes and rivers will serve as reminders for people not to...

Operation Dry Water: Fish and Wildlife officers to join other agencies to make holiday weekend safer

Boaters can feel safer during the upcoming holiday weekend as conservation officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources join other law enforcement agencies for Operation Dry Water June 30-July 2. Operation Dry Water is a national campaign to educate the public about boating under the influence. The increased law enforcement presence around Kentucky’s lakes and rivers will...

Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Operation Dry Water helps make Kentucky waterways safer

Conservation Officer Travis Neal of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources conducts a safety check on jet skiers at Lake Cumberland. Operation Dry Water runs from June 28-30 and is devoted to boating law enforcement and education. (Photo from F&W)   By Art Lander Jr. Special to KyForward   Conservation Officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources...