Young Beaver Finds a Home at the Biscuit City Pond!

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… Read more »

SKLT Exceeds 3,000 Acres of Land with Protection of 17.85 Acres on Yawgoo Pond

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… Read more »

Find Out the Mysteries of the Fisher(cat)!

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… Read more »

Sophia Boardman Earns Girl Scout’s Gold Award for Creating Geocaching at SKLT Trails

Sophia Boardman has earned Girl Scout’s prestigious Gold Award for creating geocaching trail activities within the South Kingstown Land Trust (SKLT) properties.  The Gold Award is the highest achievement award a Scout can earn recognizing those individuals who have completed extraordinary community service and made a lasting change in the world.  Award winners serve as… Read more »