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Author: Greg Abernathy

Laurel Gap Preserve Established

Wildlands News: We are celebrating Earth Day with the announcement of our newest preserve. Earlier this spring KNLT protected 269 acres of wildlands establishing the Laurel Gap Preserve on Pine […]

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20 Years of Wildlands Conservation

Wildlands Blog: KNLT is celebrating Donna Alexander and her 20 years of service to wildlands conservation. From Blanton Forest to Warbler Ridge Donna has played a key role in advancing […]

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Salt Trace Gap Preserve Expands

Wildlands News: Over the winter Kentucky Natural Lands Trust (KNLT) protected an additional 431 acres of wildlands on Pine Mountain in Harlan County. KNLT worked with a local family and […]

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Warbler Ridge Expands to Over 3,000 Acres

Wildlands News: Kentucky Natural Lands Trust (KNLT) has been working with a diverse group of landowners along Pine Mountain for decades. Over the last few years, a series of five […]

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Annual Report 2021

Wildlands News: Thanks to your partnership we’ve had another very productive year protecting, connecting and restoring wildlands. The following are a few highlights from 2021: – KNLT protected over 500 […]

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Wildlands Added to Warbler Ridge

Wildlands News: Kentucky Natural Lands Trust (KNLT) has protected an additional 340 acres of wildlands on Pine Mountain in Harlan County. The tract expands the Warbler Ridge Preserve to 2,935 […]

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Eastern Spotted Skunk ~ photo by Greg Detweller

Eastern Spotted Skunk Research

Wildlands News by Sara Ash, KNLT Advisor The eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius), a diminutive, nimble carnivore rarely seen by humans (Video 1), once occurred over a wide geographical area […]

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Warbler Ridge Preserve Expands

Wildlands News: Kentucky Natural Lands Trust (KNLT) protected an additional 139 acres on Pine Mountain in Harlan County near Cumberland, Kentucky. The Henry and Delia Blanton Creech Addition to Warbler […]

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