SKLT Preserves Land on Yawgoo Pond

In 2001 the South Kingstown Land Trust protected 12 acres of land on Yawgoo pond that was poised to become a subdivision, and since then the Land Trust has continued working with landowners there and now preserves about half of the shoreline of the pond. SKLT is very happy to announce that we have successfully… Read more »

SKLT Protects Land in Middlebridge

The South Kingstown Land Trust is very happy to announce that we have successfully protected 22 acres in Middlebridge owned by the Smith family. First, thanks to the siblings who worked so hard to make this project a reality: Heather Collins, Martha McManamy, Christopher Smith, Bruce Smith and Holly Smith. Their perseverance demonstrates their family’s… Read more »

SKLT to install informational kiosks on hiking trails

The Narragansett Times By: Kendra Gravelle Full story here SOUTH KINGSTOWN—In an effort to enhance the experience of hikers who flock to the trails around town, the South Kingstown Land Trust (SKLT) will install several informational kiosks this summer, with the help of Rhode Island Foundation grant money received earlier this month. SKLT currently protects over… Read more »

SKLT Receives Grant

SKLT is one of nine non-profits to receive a grant from the Archive, Document, Display and Disseminate (ADDD) Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. “The South Kingstown Land Trust received $1,750 to create informational kiosks at the foot of the Biscuit City Trail in Kingston, the DuVal Hiking Trail in Perryville, the Thewlis Woods Trail in… Read more »