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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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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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Legacy of Leadership

Wildlands News by Kelly Bartley, KNLT Board Chair The scope, impact and success of KNLT’s conservation movement has grown in large part due to our board leadership. KNLT has been […]

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Thinking Like a Planet

More than 50 years ago Aldo Leopold defined a land ethic with a call to “think like a mountain,” a holistic view of our place in the ecosystem. More recently […]

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KNLT Welcomes New Board and Staff Leadership

Kentucky Natural Lands Trust is happy to welcome new leadership into our Board of Directors and staff team. Kelly Bartley, an environmental law attorney with Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP, was […]

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50th Earth Day | KNLT 25th

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and the beginning of the modern environmental movement. So much has unfolded worldwide with this movement over the last 50 years although […]

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AmeriCorps NCCC Partnership Continues

Altitude Fatigue, Changing Leaves & Near Constant Motion Sickness by Jared Foster AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Delta 2 Team Altitude fatigue, changing leaves and near constant motion sickness – […]

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Fall Artists’ Retreat 2019

Since 2015 KNLT has been partnering with artists to advance the protection of wildlands. We held our eighth artists retreat on Pine Mountain last fall with a wonderfully creative group […]

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Blazing Trails & Planting Trees on Pine Mountain

by Mequeil Huggar AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Coast 4 Team AmeriCorps NCCC Coast 4 team spent their last round in Harlan, Kentucky helping out Pine Mountain Settlement School and […]

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Golden Eagles in the Bernheim-Fort Knox Wildlands Corridor

KNLT’s work to protect the Bernheim-Fort Knox Wildlands Corridor is providing key habitat for golden eagles. Researchers have been monitoring two eagles, Harper & Athena, to learn more about how […]

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