Kentucky's horse industry has undoubtedly reached a critical juncture," said Patrick Neely, executive director of the Kentucky Equine Education Project.
What does KEEP stand for?
KEEP stands for Kentucky Equine Education Project (Lexington, KY)
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We have 40 other meanings of KEEP in our Acronym Attic
- Kansas Executive Express Network (Topeka, KS)
- Kansas Exemplary Educators Network (education advocacy group)
- Kentucky Engineering Exposure Network (Kentucky Transportation Cabinet)
- Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (engineering student business education organization; various universities; Waukesha, WI; est. 2005)
- Kids Enjoy Exercise Now Foundation, Inc.
- Kittitas Environmental Education Network (Washington)
- K-12 Energy Education Program (Stevens Point, WI)
- Kathmandu Environmental Education Project
- Keep Enlisted Experience Program (USAF)
- Kentucky Ecumenical Empowerment Project
- Kern Environmental Education Foundation
- Kern Environmental Education Program
- Kidney Early Evaluation Program (National Kidney Foundation)
- Kids Educational Empowerment Program (Madison Square Boys & Girls Club)
- Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project
- Kodály Educators of Eastern Pennsylvania
- Korea Exposure and Education Program
- Kanaka Education and Environmental Partnership Society (est. 1998; Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada)
- Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (University of Louisville)
- Kodak Ektaprint Electronic Publishing System
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Kentucky stud's donation WINTERGREEN Stallion Station in Kentucky, which stands six stallions, including Irish 2,000 Guineas runner-up Century City, will donate ten per cent of all seasons sold during December 3 to 17 to the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) KEEP, which is chaired by former Kentucky governor Brereton Jones, was launched in May 2004 to increase public awareness of the Kentucky horse industry.