"One of the main focus of our booth is on our Nature license plates," says Jennifer Parks, the Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Communications & Public Outreach for the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet.
This year you have the opportunity to help decide which new license plates will be chosen for the Nature's Finest series. By stopping by the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet's booth, in the South Wing of the fairgrounds, you can vote on your favorite three designs.
Parks says: "Ten dollars of the specialty plate will go toward the land conservation fund. So it's a great cause when people give and actually purchase a plate."
Right now Kentucky has three Nature's Finest plates, but soon they will phase out the design with the bobcat. So they have several new plates voters can choose from.
Parks says: "One of the most popular ones, we're finding out, is the waterfall. And the men like the fish."
Parks says the booth has been busier this year than in previous years something she attributes to the voting.
"I think the voting booth is a great way to get the community's involvement to let them actually pick the license plate to have a say in what they want Kentucky to exemplify."
You can also vote online by going to this website: