KNLT had a very productive year working to protect, connect and restore wildlands. The following are a few highlights from 2019:
– KNLT established the Laden Trail Preserve in Harlan County adjacent the Pine Mountain Settlement School and Kentenia State Forest. Read More>>>
– KNLT contributed to the Wildlands Network’s recently released conservation plan titled the Eastern Wildway. The plan is a vision for reestablishing ecological connectivity throughout eastern North America.
– KNLT collaborated on the 2019 release of the Pine Mountain Sessions, a double album featuring new recordings by Kentucky musicians and writers. Recorded by Daniel Martin Moore in a near century old chapel on Pine Mountain, the proceeds benefit KNLT & the Pine Mountain Settlement School. Get Your Copy Today>>>
– KNLT has protected over 44,000 acres of wildlands!
KNLT by the numbers:
We are so very grateful 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, The Forecastle Foundation, Beckham Bird Club and Patagonia.
Download the KNLT 2019 Annual Report (pdf).
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