1996: Dale Bondurant’s 6.98-acre property including an island at Kenai River mile 39.5 near Soldotna, with nearly 2,000 feet total of river frontage, valuable for its salmon rearing habitat. Related story
1996: Calvin and Martha Jane Fair’s 46 acres of riparian habitat adjacent to the Kenai River including a quarter mile of river frontage important as chinook and sockeye salmon habitat. Related story
1999: The Mullen Family Trust’s 8+ acres at the confluence of Soldotna Creek and the Kenai River, important as high quality chinook salmon rearing habitat. Related story
2001: The Alaskan partnership of Ellis, Taylor, and Schaafsma donated 43 acres on Cook Inlet in Kenai to Kachemak Heritage Land Trust. Kachemak Heritage Land Trust subsequently donated it to the Kenaitze Indian Tribe IRA, protected by a restrictive conservation easement allowing traditional Native subsistence uses to continue forever. Related story
2000: The Victor Holm Historic Site, 1.37 acres on the Kasilof River, preserved for its cultural values. The original cabin and four additional buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
* Transferred in 2014 to the Kasilof Regional Historical Association
2006: 124 acres on the Kenai River near its mouth and the Kenai River Special Management Area, donated to Kachemak Heritage Land Trust by The Conservation Fund. Related story
2007: The Mullen property, 20.42 acres with riparian habitat on anadromous Soldotna Creek, adjacent to 8 acres protected by a conservation easement with Kachemak Heritage Land Trust. Related story