SKLT’s Annual Meeting: Learn About Bobcats

On Sunday, April 24th at 3 p.m., after conducting a short business meeting, SKLT will host a presentation about the ongoing study of our local bobcat population.  Amy Mayer, head of the University of Rhode Island Wildlife Genetics and Ecology Lab, leads the field work on a five-year project designed to learn about bobcats in… Read more »

Woven In Time: The Narragansett Salt Pond Preserve

On Thursday, March 31st at the Barn, local storyteller, writer and filmmaker Marc Levitt will host a viewing of his documentary about the only surviving pre-contact (1100-1400) Native American village on the New England coast.  Described as a film of extraordinary beauty and poetry, Woven in Time is a story of ‘place’ – how land… Read more »

Volunteers Needed for Monitoring Day

On Sunday, April 10th, we invite you to join us out on the trails, in the back woods and across farms for our annual monitoring day! Our trustees and staff are busy preparing for this annual event, which is one of our most important stewardship responsibilities. It is a big undertaking and we can’t do… Read more »

South Kingstown Land Trust Earns National Recognition

Accreditation Promotes Public Trust, Ensures Permanence The South Kingstown Land Trust announced that it has achieved accreditation – a mark of honor in land conservation. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission awarded accreditation, signifying its confidence that SKLT lands will be protected forever. Accredited land trusts across the country have permanently conserved more than 15 million… Read more »