KNLT had another productive year working to protect, connect and restore wildlands. The following are a few highlights from 2018.
– KNLT is working on a suite of conservation projects that further connects Pine Mountain Settlement School and Kentenia State Forest, preserving thousands of acres of contiguous forests.
– KNLT was honored with the opportunity to hold a retreat last fall at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund’s Pocantico Center in New York. The gathering of KNLT leadership, partners and consultants offered a unique opportunity to review our strategic positioning.
– KNLT has protected over 40,000 acres of wildlands!
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We are truly thankful for the wonderful support from all of our donors. Our conservation successes are made possible by our broad support base of individuals, board members and advisors, longtime major supporters and key partners such as the Snowy Owl Foundation, Beckham Bird Club, The Forecastle Foundation and Patagonia.
KNLT’s 2018 report is dedicated to KNLT co-founder Tom Dupree Sr., who passed away last April. We are grateful for his partnership and support over the years. Read our remembrance to learn more about Tom’s conservation legacy. Read More
Download our KNLT 2018 Annual Report (pdf).
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