Over 18,000 Native Trees and Shrubs planted on KLT properties in 2019!

Trees, Shrubs and Plugs... Oh My! By: Patricia Wilson, Community Conservation & Stewardship Technician This year, Kawartha Land Trust staff and volunteers have planted more than 18,730 native trees and shrubs on KLT protected properties and on private properties included in KLT's Partners in Conservation initiative in the Fleetwood Creek Watershed. More than [...]

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Steve Paul at Prairie Plug Planting 2019 (McKim-Garsonnin

KLT Volunteer Spotlight: Steve Paul

By: Marnie Clement, KLT Volunteer, Development Committee Steve Paul says he’s just a regular guy with an interest in citizen science, but his interest, dedication and commitment to the environment far exceed what “just a regular guy” would do. Steve has been a regular presence at many Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) projects [...]

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2019 Highlights

Here’s a look at some highlights from 2019:

Over the past year, your support has enabled KLT to develop new partnerships and projects to advance conservation in the Kawarthas. Also this year, we have organized more than 25 special events designed to get people involved, provide learning opportunities, and encourage public access to these special areas in the Kawarthas. More [...]

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Keppler Nature Sanctuary “Property Protection in the Works”

The Keppler property is slated to be formally protected by the end of 2019! Located in the Chandos Lake area north of Apsley, the 296 acre Keppler property is filled with interesting natural features. It contains a sizable wetland, mixed canopy forest, permanent streams, numerous vernal pools, intermittent stream beds, and [...]

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Fell Forest sunlight

Property to be Protected: Fell

The Fell property is on target to be protected by the end of 2019. This property is relatively untouched by human activity and is home to a forested wetland and cattail marsh. Your donation to KLT will help to permanently protect this land that is excellent habitat for a variety [...]

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