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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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KNLT Fall Artists’ Retreat 2016

KNLT recently hosted our fourth artists’ retreat on Pine Mountain. We hosted 17 artists for the weekend to engage them in our Pine Mountain Wildlands Corridor project, the largest conservation […]

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World Wood Web

KNLT’s efforts to protect, connect and restore wildlands is rooted in the foundation that biodiversity is a web of life that is essential to sustaining all life on the planet. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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The Wildlands of Pine Mountain

KNLT has completed production of our short film The Wildlands of Pine Mountain. The film was shown at film festivals in Louisville and Morehead over the last few months. We […]

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KNLT Co-Founder Remembered

We wanted to offer a few words of remembrance for Donald Harker, a visionary and lifelong champion for a better planet who died in Oregon last week. Don was formative […]

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A Natural Commonwealth

by Greg Abernathy, KNLT Assistant Director Kentucky is a place of great natural beauty defined by both its cultural and natural heritage. This commonwealth of lush forests and flowing rivers […]

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A Normal Day on the Mountain

By Marc Evans, KNLT Board Chair On a recent visit to Pine Mountain I decided, as I often do, to drive a little bit on the Little Shepherd Trail before […]

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