Membership contributions are unrestricted funds that can be used where and when they are most needed for us to continue our land conservation and stewardship programs. Members receive our semi-annual newsletter, voting rights, and invitations to KHLT field trips and other events. Your membership helps protect irreplaceable natural lands in perpetuity.
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Our community garden project is expanding! The expansion is made possible with the help of a wonderful micro-grant from the People’s Garden, a program administered by Homer Soil and Water Conservation District. As in years past, the children of West Homer Elementary and The Center will maintain their garden projects in KHLT’s garden plot on the Poopdeck Platt Property. What's new is that the children are coming to view this project as their own. They are excited to carry on the legacy of giving by sharing with their younger peers and leaving their mark.
The wonderful grant funds support many of the plans the children have in mind, but not everything. We hope you can help to supply the rest in labor and donated materials, tools and equipment that will be needed. Here is what we’re hoping for:
If you are interested in being a part of this life-shaping project, please call Jamie at 907-235-5263. Thank you!
Our 2010 US Fish & Wildlife Coastal Program match grant supports our strategic landscape connectivity land protection programs, with particular emphasis on important wetlands and properties containing or bordering waterways. These ecotypes provide crucial habitat for our fish, birds, and other wildlife, and directly influence our water quality.
Thanks also to OASIS Environmental, Inc. of Anchorage for their generous sponsorship of Birding Through Art, an event to benefit KHLT during the annual Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival in May.
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.