Kentucky River Properties LLC

Steeped in Tradition. Focused on Tomorrow.

CENTRAL APPALACHIAN

Kentucky River Properties LLC’s Central Appalachian Operations span over 300,000 acres in Eastern Kentucky, offering a rich legacy of coal reserves dating back to 1915. We serve as a landholding company, leasing properties to coal, oil & gas, solar, and timber companies, as well as for private business, farming, and residential.

ILLINOIS BASIN

Expanding into the Illinois Coal Basin, KRP added over 95,000 acres of mineral-rich land in Western Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana. This diversification brought over 400 million tons of recoverable coal to our portfolio, ensuring a dynamic future in the industry.

CENTRAL APPALACHIAN

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ILLINOIS BASIN

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YOUR TRUSTED PARTNER FOR OVER 100 YEARS

Coal to Cattle, Timberlands to Wetlands, if your project is for an industry or an individual, KRP and its subsidiaries are here to help move you from Proof of Concept to Completion. Explore the possibilities across 400,000 acres with a partner who has been in business for over 100 years.

WHAT’S NEW AT KRP?

Rare Earth Elements

New Opportunities in Rare Earth Element Recovery from Coal and Coal By-Products

Kentucky River Properties LLC (KRP) is working in conjunction with Dr. Rick Honaker of the University of Kentucky Mining Engineering Department and other industry experts to commercially develop rare earth elements (REE) from Eastern Kentucky coal resources. KRP owns and controls coal and coal by-products in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and West Virginia, some of which have been found to contain high concentrations of REE’s.

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Wetland Mitigation Banks

Wetland mitigation banking is the restoration, creation or enhancement of wetlands for the purpose of compensating for unavoidable impacts to wetlands at another location. Wetland

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Industrial Complex

These blank canvases are prime for commercial development. Agribusiness, biofuel, renewables, or the future home of your industrial base of operations. Each site comes with

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