KNLT Spring Artists’ Retreat 2016

KNLT recently hosted a spring artists’ retreat on Pine Mountain. We invited 15 artists for the weekend to engage them in our Pine Mountain Wildlands Corridor project and to show them the wonders of the mountain in hopes they would be inspired by their time with us. We stayed at the historic Pine Mountain Settlement […]

Blanton Forest Added to the Old-Growth Forest Network

KNLT is excited to announce that on May 20, 2016 Blanton Forest was added to the Old-Growth Forest Network, a growing alliance dedicated to the preservation of unique and beautiful native forests across the U.S. KNLT formed in 1995 to protect the old-growth forest that is now Blanton Forest State Nature Preserve. Our efforts have […]

Helping Fort Knox Manage for Bats

By Cody Stephens, KNLT Lead Forestry/Wildlife Tech KNLT launched a new innovative partnership with Fort Knox Military Installation in 2014, hiring a crew of forestry & wildlife technicians to assist the U.S. Army post with forest management aimed at improving habitat for federally listed bats. Funding for this project was provided through the Imperiled Bat […]