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Welcome Thomas!

Thomas is a recent college graduate, obtaining degrees in Environmental Sustainability, Society, & Policy as well as Criminal Justice. Thomas is an avid outdoorsmen and wildlife enthusiast. Growing up on a coastal farm in Matunuck RI and working at Twin Peaks Land & Cattle, a local Matunuck ranch, Thomas has developed a true…

SKLT First Friday Guided Hikes begin in 2023 with the Full Moon Hike & Bonfire at Weeden Farm!

Friday, January 6th (6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.)

Celebrate the New Year with a walk in the moonlight!

We’ll use the beautiful glow of January’s Wolf Moon to illuminate the trails beside Weeden Farm’s serene fields on…

South Kingstown Land Trust is now hiring a full–time Land Management Director to oversee and implement the monitoring, care, and active stewardship of the land and structures it protects and operates.Responsibilities will include a broad variety of field-based activities, plus interacting with private landowners, neighbors, lessee farmers, permitted hunters, non-profit and governmental grant partners, and…

 

Rehab & Release: Saving Injured Wildlife with Kristin Fletcher

Monday, November 7th (6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) Potluck begins at 6pm; Presentation at 7pm.

Have you ever found an injured or orphaned wild animal and weren’t sure what to do? Learn firsthand from the Wildlife Clinic of Rhode Island’s Executive Director Kristin Fletcher, who will explain how…

“Lives Less Ordinary” Historical Cemeteries Talk with Debbie Suggs Tuesday, October 25th (6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) Potluck begins at 6pm; Presentation at 7pm.

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…

Monday, October 12th 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…