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In the fall of 2020, the RI Land Trust Council invited all of RI’s land trusts to participate in a survey to gain new information on individual land conservation accomplishments and stewardship practices.39 land trusts responded and the results document the impressive number of properties and acres of land that RI Land Trusts are conserving.Some…

Youth Fishing Opening Day Trout Season at Biscuit City Preserve

Saturday, April 9th 2022 (Fishing starts at 6:00 a.m.)

Want to teach your kids how to fish? Join the opening day of trout season at the youth-only fishing Scott Evans Memorial Pond at Biscuit City Preserve in Kingston on April 9th.

The pond will be…

SKLT’s beloved “Third Thursday Guided Hikes” will now become the “SECOND FRIDAY Guided Hikes” in 2022!

The first hike of the change will be at the Browning Woods Trail on the second Friday of February, the 11th. See below for more info and to sign up.

Guided Hikes

As summer turned to fall in 2021, SKLT staff and Biscuit City neighbors discovered a young male beaver had surprisingly chosen Biscuit City’s small pond as it’s home!

Staff was able to meet with the state biologist and come up with viable next steps for co-existing with a beaver who sought to build his future…

The South Kingstown Land Trust is pleased to announce the protection of 17.85 acres of forested wetlands and pine-oak forest on Yawgoo Pond in West Kingston preserved by landowner John Richmond.

“Protection of this beautiful, forested property will help protect the water quality of Yawgoo Pond forever. Forests slow down rainfall and allow it to…

Fishers & Other Critters with Laken Ganoe Currently being rescheduled to late March/early April. Stay tuned! (6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)

Fishers are among the most misunderstood and maligned creatures of all native wildlife in Rhode Island. Learn why this is the case from Laken Ganoe, a PhD student in the Applied Quantitative Ecology at…