MACED works to make a meaningful difference to people and places in Kentucky, particularly eastern Kentucky, and the Central Appalachian region.
A new report by Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, A Profile of New Americans in Kentucky, gives a more in-depth understanding to the contributions and challenges immigrants face in the Commonwealth.
MACED seeks to hire a senior research and policy associate to play a lead role in designing and implementing MACED's research, policy and communications strategies. Click to learn more.
New USDA energy efficiency program could help Central Appalachia save energy, money and create jobs. Click here to learn more.
MACED releases report The Appalachian Planning and Development Fund: Investing in the Economic Future of Eastern Kentucky, calling for creation of economic development planning body. Click here for more.