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Keep up-to-date with all of the happenings at Kawartha Land Trust. We regularly share our conservation news, events you can attend, fieldwork updates, and much more.
Learn how Kawartha Land Trust is working with private landowners through our Partners in Conservation program to enhance wildlife habitat. This September, Rachel Barrington, KLT’s Partners in Conservation Coordinator, and a KLT volunteer installed a Wood Duck nesting box on land owned by one of our Partners in Conservation.
In advance of Kawartha Land Trust’s (KLT) forest bathing event in Woodview, Ontario, on November 18th, KLT volunteer Susan Scott spoke with event facilitator Kristina Domsic to learn more about the concept and practice of forest bathing.
The Michael Young Family Foundation is investing $600K over four years in Kawartha Land Trust to help empower landowners and their communities to steward local farmlands, wetlands, grasslands, and forests as one thriving ecosystem.
Kawartha Land Trust receives grant from Invasive Species Centre to support populations of Endangered American Ginseng
If you’re looking for a way to make a lasting impact on the landscape in the Kawarthas, join Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) from 10 a.m. until noon on Saturday, September 23, 2023, for a free community tree-planting and mapping event: The Best Time to Plant a Tree is Today: Trees for All.
In 2022, KLT volunteers and staff planted a rapid reforestation plot at Dance Nature Sanctuary. It’s been 15 months since we first planted 2,000 native plants in the plot. Let’s check back in with KLT volunteer David Marshall to see how the plot is doing!
For Migratory Bird Day 2023, the team at Creators Garden Birds led a day of birdwatching and learning at KLT’s Ballyduff Trails in Pontypool, Ontario.
Just in time for the peak of summer, Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) is proud to officially launch its inaugural Passport to Nature (P2N) program — a year-long series of free, guided adventures in nature. Consider this your passport to spend some quality time in nature with KLT this summer (and all year long)!