KNLT Highlights: 2023 Year In Review

Thanks to your partnership Kentucky Natural Lands Trust (KNLT) continues to protect, connect and restore wildlands in the Commonwealth. Here are a few highlights from 2023:

Canada warbler ~ Jennifer Honeycutt

—KNLT protected 2,200 acres of wildlands that safeguard vital forests and headwater streams in Appalachian Kentucky. We had several notable acquisitions, including the Queen Maggie Bailey Addition to the Warbler Ridge Preserve, Panther Gap on Cumberland Mountain, and an expansion of the Laurel Gap Preserve.

—KNLT leveraged stewardship and research partnerships to safeguard biodiversity, learn more about native species and improve land management.

—KNLT fostered partnerships with the art community that expanded our mission and advanced conservation efforts.

Learn about our conservation efforts this year in our KNLT 2023 Annual Report (pdf).

KNLT by the numbers:

Wins for wildlands:

Our conservation successes are made possible by the power of partnership. KNLT is very grateful for support from individual donors, foundations, and partners. Join our movement and give today: DONATE NOW

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photo credits: Warbler Ridge Preserve ~ Tara Littlefield, OKNP