Kachemak Heritage Land Trust seeks an energetic, motivated person to fill a twenty hour per week position as Communications and Development Coordinator. The ideal candidate possesses experience in fundraising and outreach, a desire to gain familiarity with all aspects of our operations, and a commitment to our mission. We are looking for a dependable, organized professional with business maturity, a positive attitude, and enthusiasm. For a full description and how to apply read more....
This spectacular river front conservation property may be the most beautiful property on the Kenai River. It is for sale by Kachemak Heritage Land Trust protected by a conservation easement and located on the Kenai River with views of the Kenai Mountains.
Dale Bondurant very generously bequeathed this beautiful 6.98-acre Kenai Riverfront property to KHLT with the understanding that it could be sold to benefit the organization while KHLT continues to enforce the provisions of the existing perpetual conservation easement. The property contains grated walkways along the river, a large garage, a guest cabin and a small fixer upper house.
Located across the Kenai River from Bings Landing at river mile 39.5, the land includes 5.8 acres on the mainland and you would also own a 1.18-acre island.
The property supports moose calving on the island, black bear, lynx, beaver, river otter and other small mammals. Bald eagles roost on the island, while ducks and other bird species frequent the area. Five species of salmon travel the Kenai River along the property, with Coho and Chinook smolt and adults resting in the slower backwater area between the mainland and island. Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden also inhabit this stretch of water.
Interested parties are encouraged to contact Bill Hutchinson of Freedom Realty in Soldotna for more information or a viewing at 907-262-1770, or at firstname.lastname@example.org. The listing can be found at www.freedomrealty.com. Freedom Realty office location: 170 N. Birch Suite 102; Soldotna, AK 99669
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust recently purchased the 11.76–acre Martin property located off the Old Sterling Highway in Anchor Point. The Martin property contains Anchor River frontage and side channels with nine acres of discharge slope wetlands, all important for salmon and water quality. The Anchor River bottomland provides winter moose browse and functions as part of a corridor from the North Fork moose wintering grounds. Read more
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.