January Movie Night: 180 Degrees South

In 1968, two intrepid adventurers headed for Patagonia in South America.  They were best friends, Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins, and their epic journey inspired filmmaker Jeff Johnson to recreate their remarkable travels in this 2010 movie.  This is a film about how, why and what the original pair did about saving, “the last wild… Read more »

Grist Mill Repairs complete thanks to Foundation & Individual Grants

Thanks to generous support from The Champlin Foundations, the Roddy-Holden Foundation, Robert T. Blakely, and the GFWC Women’s Club of South County critical repairs have been made to the turbine assembly and sluiceway of the South Kingstown Land Trust’s historic Samuel E. Perry Grist Mill. The 125-year-old turbine is the main power source for the… Read more »

Support SKLT with Your Year-End Gift

Thanks to all of you, SKLT has preserved thousands of acres of beautiful farmlands, woodlands, and hiking trails throughout South Kingstown. Currently, we have a big wave of land protection projects in the works – 150 acres in five different projects.  Some will provide opportunities to expand our trail system. As our acreage increases, as… Read more »

Biscuit City Trail

Biscuit City Preserve is a historically significant site to the town of South Kingstown. The area dates back to when Native Americans and colonists used it for a water source due to the natural spring that is located on the site.  Also there are many historic ruins which include the mill foundation, the water wheel… Read more »