Events Calendar


Saturday, August 3
All Ages Hike & Park Rx
Place: Browning Woods Trail
Time: 10:00 am

Join us for an all ages hike in our largest land holding through pine and oak forest and past amazing stone walls. We will hike about 3 miles, though you can shorten your outing to about 1 mile if desired. Kids and leashed dogs welcome! This monthly hike on first Saturdays is part of a Park Rx initiative in which healthcare providers in South County are joining a national movement to "prescribe” taking walks and spending time in nature for better physical and mental health. This hike is participating in the 2019 RI DEM Great Outdoor Pursuit! Click here for a trail map of Browning Woods.

Friday, August 9
B5 Party
Place: SKLT Barn, 17 Matunuck Beach Rd.
Time: 6:00 pm
Announcing...our first ever B5 Party!  Join us for five of the best B's of summer on Friday, August 9 from 6-9 pm.  Guests will eat delicious BBQ and local side dishes (vegan options available), sip ice cold Whalers beer, dance to the blues with Greyhound Dream, and make a s’more by the bonfire—all at SKLT's beautiful barn property.  Get your tickets today—we will sell out!  http://sklt.org/event-tickets/b5-party/

Sunday, August 11
Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction
Place: SKLT Barn, 17 Matunuck Beach Rd.
Time: 4:00 pm
Save the date! Our annual Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction will be held on Sunday, August 11. More information, tickets, and sponsorships are available online here!

Thursday, August 15
3rd Thursday Hike: Crawley Preserve
Place: Crawley Preserve
Time: 8:30 am
Join us for our 3rd Thursday hike! August's hike will be at the Crawley Preserve.
Crawley Preserve hosts three well marked and well maintained trails on 99 acres straddling two towns: Richmond and South Kingstown, with most of the property (84.2 acres) in Richmond. The Preserve was acquired in 2003 as a joint project of the Richmond Rural Land Conservation Trust and SKLT, and funded by the Town of South Kingstown and The Nature Conservancy. The trails pass though upland forest of beech, oak and the occasional white pine.
For directions, please visit http://sklt.org/land-we-protect/trail-maps/