This year marks KNLT’s 25th anniversary and a notable benchmark – together we have protected more than 50,000 acres of wildlands! Through the power of partnership, we have safeguarded wild places, from the mountains of Central Appalachia to the sloughs of the Mississippi River.
The following are a few highlights from 2020:
– KNLT protected an additional 1,368 acres on Pine Mountain near Cumberland, Kentucky, establishing the Warbler Ridge Preserve. The preserve combines this newly acquired tract with land protected in 2017, creating our largest preserve totaling 2,456 acres. Read More>>>
– At the end of 2020, Hugh Archer is retiring, having forever changed Kentucky. As a founder, former director and staff member of KNLT, Hugh has fostered a conservation movement rooted in the ethics defined by Aldo Leopold and expand by J. Baird Callicott. Through creativity patience and persistence he has helped advance large landscape conservation across Kentucky. Thank you Hugh! Read More>>>
KNLT by the numbers:
Our conservation successes are made possible by our broad support base of individuals, board members, advisors, longtime major supporters and key partners. Join our efforts by getting involved today!
Download the KNLT 2020 Annual Report (pdf).
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