The mission of the
South Kingstown Land
Trust is to conserve and
protect the natural
resources and open
spaces of our town for
the enduring benefit of
our community.

Of Interest

The Amazing Monarch Butterfly

One of the most anticipated rites of late summer in Southern New England is the visit of the Monarch Butterflies to open fields and roadsides where milkweed thrives — and these magnificently graceful and colorful butterflies stop to breed, lay… Read more »

Grinding Day at the Grist Mill

The grist mill will be running again after a significant overhaul and rebuild of the turbine. Come help celebrate its return to active use on Sunday, October 25th at 2pm. Johnnycakes will be served. Please register for this event: email… Read more »

The Natural History of Bats of Southern New England

Join us before Halloween for a not-so-spooky talk about bats!  University of Rhode Island professor Dr. Peter August will review bat diversity around the world with special emphasis on bats of southern New England. He will discuss the surprisingly complex… Read more »

Grist Mill Video

Please watch the recently completed video featuring the Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill playing in the Digging Deeper section on the homepage.  This project has been made possible by a grant from ADDD Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation, a… Read more »