The fire began at 10:45 am and lasted less than three hours. The burns have been used for several years and are meant to let native plants flourish while destroying invasive species.
Fish and Wildlife Biologist Jeff Nally says no one knows for sure how many of the wild pigs might be roaming the 6,200 acre preserve or surrounding farms, or even how they got there.
A new land purchase will change the layout of trails in Jefferson Memorial Forest.
Jefferson Memorial Forest officials have unveiled a new master plan for the metro parks forest in southwestern Louisville.