Upcoming Events


Upcoming Events & Programs


New Members Open House
Wednesday, October 12 (5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)

Have you joined SKLT in the past few years, or are you thinking of joining, and are wondering what it’s all about? You’re invited to our New Members Open House to learn about what we do to protect and take care of thousands of acres of local forests, fields, farms, and trails. You’ll hear about upcoming programs, how to get involved, and meet other like-minded folks! We look forward to answering your questions and sharing what is in the works.

Free, pre-registration required.

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Guided Hike at the DuVal Trail System – CAPACITY FULL
Friday, October 14 (9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.)

Explore SKLT’s most extensive system of trails in the peak fall foliage! You’ll hike the Polly’s Rock Loop Trail lined with thriving forest on your way to the Jones Camp Trail featuring the beautiful Bulls Head Pond. The total hike length should be slightly less than two miles. You’ll also be on the lookout for migratory birds and other wildlife as well as interesting trees, plants, and other features of the landscape.

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Guided Hike at the Alewife Brook Trail with Town of South Kingstown Parks & Rec.
Saturday, October 22 (9:00 a.m.)

Join South Kingstown’s Natural Resource Officer / Harbormaster Mike Stach on a guided fall foliage hike on the beautiful Alewife Brook Trail. The one-mile trail loops through a 43-acre property acquired from the Rhode Island Boy Scouts, with funding from the Town of South Kingstown, RI Dept. of Environmental Management, and the Nature Conservancy.

Free, no registration required.

Please be aware of limited parking at the trailhead. From Route 1 southbound take exit for Route 110 (Ministerial Road). Follow Ministerial Road for 2.2 miles to a red blinking light. Take a left on Worden’s Pond Road and continue 0.26 mile to trailhead parking on left.


“Lives Less Ordinary” Historical Cemeteries Talk with Debbie Suggs
Tuesday, October 25th (6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.)

In addition to natural resources and open spaces, SKLT preserves cultural landscapes, including historical cemeteries dating back to the late 17th century. Join Debbie Suggs as she talks about many of the unique individuals interred on Land Trust properties and their impact on South Kingstown, Rhode Island and the nation’s history. Participants will learn how local volunteers have joined forces with the RI Historical Cemeteries Commission and the Daughters of the American Revolution ” Service to America” project to restore historical cemeteries throughout South County.

Free, $10 suggested donation
SKLT Barn, 17 Matunuck Beach Road

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Harvest Full Moon Hike at Weeden Farm – POSTPONED
TBD (6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)

Celebrate RI Land Trust Days with a walk in the moonlight!

In the days before tractor lights, the full Harvest Moon in September helped farmers to gather their crops despite the diminishing daylight hours. We’ll use the beautiful glow of September’s Harvest Moon to illuminate the trails beside Weeden Farm’s thriving agricultural fields on a special guided hike at twilight. We’ll discuss the history of Weeden Farm, listen for owls and other nocturnal wildlife, and more.

Guests are encouraged to enjoy the campfire and bring their own s’mores ingredients or other snacks to enjoy.

Free, $10 suggested donation.

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Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction 2023
Sunday, August 6th (4:00 p.m.)

Gather your family and friends to celebrate South Kingstown Land Trust’s 3,070 acres of protected open space while overlooking the beautiful fields at Weeden Farm.

The beloved live auction returns with comedian Poppy Champlin as our auctioneer. There’s some unique auction items and fun experiences that you will not want to miss.

Wine, beer, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

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