Inspired by our philanthropic potato garden, “Eyes to the Future” celebrates our community’s connection to the land. Don’t miss this evening of zany fun for a worthy cause at the tip of the Homer Spit! More information
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August 19th, 2013 - Kachemak Heritage Land Trust [KHLT] recently purchased two properties on the South Fork of the Anchor River for permanent conservation. The purchase was made possible by KHLT’s special, restricted Lower Peninsula Wetlands Fund.
The properties front the Anchor River and contain side channels and wetlands important to juvenile salmon. They are adjacent to other preserved riverfront properties, and bring KHLT’s holdings on the Anchor River to nearly 147 acres. KHLT’s work on the Anchor River helps to fill gaps in the river corridor protected by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
Protection of the river corridor is important for water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, and the attendant social and economic benefits for lower Kenai Peninsula communities. Full press release Homer Tribune story Related article from Land Trust Alliance Saving Land magazine
We are in need of grant match funds for our Habitat Connectivity work.
Working in cooperation with other organizations, we are striving to protect continuous corridors of important fish and wildlife habitat. Responsible stewardship of the lands vital to healthy wildlife and fish populations will ensure that your children and their children and generations beyond can continue to reap the benefits of the Kenai Peninsula’s rich natural resources.
The health of our communities depends on the health of our ecosystems.
Pooling our efforts with other organizations makes our funds work more effectively toward our lofty goal. Join the team by making a grant match donation today, and work with us to maintain our rich natural environment - for the good of us all!
This spectacular residential property, at Kenai River mile 39.5, includes 5.8 acres on the mainland and a 1.18-acre island, with views of the Kenai Mountains.
The property supports moose, black bear, lynx, beaver, and otter, along with Bald eagles, ducks and numerous other birds. Dolly Varden and Rainbow trout join all five species of Pacific salmon in the river. More
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust
is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.
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