Thank You KLT Interns!

This fall, three interns from the Canadian Conservation Corps joined KLT to help with stewardship work! Jessie Lozanski and Rachel Tooby worked with KLT for four months while taking up residence at the Dance Nature Sanctuary. They were joined for the last 2 months by Cameron Kennedy.  During their time with [...]

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Here’s a look at some highlights from 2020:

Although this past year presented more challenges than others, your support helped to keep trails open, lands maintained and new land protected. Like many other organizations, the COVID-19 pandemic altered many of our plans. Thank you to everyone for their patience and support when we transitioned to more virtual gatherings and [...]

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Vernal Pool

*New* Protected Property: Keppler Nature Sanctuary

Located in the Chandos Lake area north of Apsley, the newly protected Keppler Nature Sanctuary is filled with many interesting natural features. This 296 acre property contains a large wetland, mixed canopy forest, permanent streams, numerous vernal pools, and intermittent stream beds. The property is adjacent to more than 600 [...]

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Winter on KLT Trails

Winter is here! Don’t let that stop you from getting out and enjoying the land you love. Whether you prefer cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or hiking in your winter boots, four of our protected properties are open for you to explore during winter. All visitors to KLT trails must practice physical distancing [...]

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