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A Force of Nature: E. Lucy Braun

A Force for Nature: Lucy Braun is a newly released one-hour documentary about the life and legacies of E. Lucy Braun (1888-1971), one of the foremost ecologists in American history. […]

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Remembering KNLT Co-Founder Tom Dupree, Sr.

Kentucky Natural Lands Trust is celebrating the life of Tom Dupree, Sr., one of Kentucky’s greatest conservation supporters, who passed away last week. Tom Dupree, Sr. was a founding board […]

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Wildlands Conservation Commitment Continues with Planned Leadership Transition

By Marc Evans, KNLT Board Chair Kentucky Natural Lands Trust is rooted in sound conservation science, as well as passion and creativity. An intrepid and committed group of conservation-minded friends […]

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AmeriCorps NCCC Team River 50 Serves on Pine Mountain

by Jaclyn Ermoyan AmeriCorps NCCC Class 24 Corps Member, River 50 Media Representative Black bear sighting, mountaintop hiking, and log cabin living. This is how composite team River 50 started […]

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Pine Mountain & the High Line

We were honored to be highlighted as part of Wild Open Spaces: Re-envisioning Public Lands from Harlan County to the High Line, a talk held in late November in New […]

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Fall Artists’ Retreat 2017

KNLT held our fall artists’ retreat on Pine Mountain in mid-October. We brought together an eclectic group of artists with different disciplines from various geographies to engage them in our […]

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Trail Camera: Bear & Three Cubs

KNLT has been documenting wildlife on Pine Mountain with trail cameras similar to the one found on https://feedthatgame.com/bushnell-wireless-trail-camera/. The cameras are placed in strategic locations and have resulted into some […]

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KNLT Summer Artists’ Retreat 2017

KNLT hosted a summer artists’ retreat on Pine Mountain in early June. We invited a diverse group of artists for the weekend to engage them in our Pine Mountain Wildlands […]

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John Muir’s Southern Trek, 150 Years

John Muir is one of America’s best-known and influential naturalists and conservationists. This year marks the sesquicentennial of Muir’s thousand-mile walk across the southeastern U.S. (1867-68). Longtime KNLT partner and […]

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Hemitrichia serpula by Randy Darrah

A Journey Through Myxomycetes: A Forest Steward Perspective

by Derrick Lindsay, KNLT Forest Steward My journey with slime molds all began in an introductory biology course taught by Dr. Adam Rollins at Lincoln Memorial University, little did I […]

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