How do you build an artificial breeding pool for spadefoot toads? Check out the video below! Operation Spadefoot RI headed to SKLT on April 8-10 to build the second pair of breeding pools for Rhode Island’s rarest amphibian.
The mission of the South Kingstown Land Trust is to protect and steward the natural resources, open spaces and cultural landscapes for the benefit of our communities now and forever.
Thursday, April 8 – Saturday, April 10 Calling all volunteers! Join Operation Spadefoot RI, a habitat restoration project aimed to repopulate the endangered eastern spadefoot toad. Volunteers will work with URI herpetologist Nancy Karraker and research associate Bill Buffum to… Read more »
Ready, set, go – the new buildings finally have electricity, and the South Kingstown Land Trust is ready to consolidate and move to Weeden Farm. Thanks to the generosity of those who supported SKLT’s capital campaign Building Today Protecting Forever,… Read more »
YOU did it! With the contributions from you, our friends and community, we have reached (and exceeded) both the $100,000 matching grant and the $1,000,000 Build Now Protect Forever campaign goal. We are speechless at your generosity and ownership of this… Read more »