KLT in the Press
Thanks to your support, KLT has been getting a lot of great press these days!
In case you missed it, here’s a round-up of fantastic KLT media coverage from the last month.
Local, independent media outlet kawarthaNOW.com wrote a wonderful piece announcing two new wetland properties, on Nogie’s Creek and Balsam Lake, which are now under KLT protection because of supporters like YOU.
“Wetlands are so important for drought prevention, flood protection, water quality improvement and, most importantly, are immensely valuable to climate resilience,” KLT Executive Director, John Kintare, told kawarthaNOW.
Click HERE to read the full kawarthaNOW article, which was published just in time for World Wetlands Day.
Speaking of World Wetlands Day — a United Nations awareness-raising initiative held on February 2nd, 2022 — that’s when KLT staff Hayden Wilson was featured on Global News Morning Peterborough!
Hayden did a great job explaining just how unique and valuable the wetlands in the Kawartha region are, particularly for carbon storage. Wetlands play a key role in regulating greenhouse gases and buffering the impacts of climate change.
To watch Hayden’s full interview with Global News Morning anchor/producer Teresa Kaszuba (screen-capture pictured above), follow this LINK.
KLT co-founder, Ian Attridge, was recently honoured with the city’s lifetime achievement award recognizing his environmental advocacy work. You can read all about his amazing accomplishment, which was featured in The Peterborough Examiner, by clicking HERE.
KLT has started a conservation boom, but we couldn’t have done it without supporters like you! Will you make a donation today?