Depot Creek Nature Reserve
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Fourth Lake Nature Reserve
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Protecting forever our natural heritage in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington
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Upcoming or Recent Events
Annual General Meeting: April 12, 2023
Learn more about your local land trust's progress in 2022, enjoy our guest presentation First on the agenda is to review our busy 2022 fiscal period and celebrate the addition of the Somerville Nature Reserve. Then, we are delighted to have Dr. Lenore Fahrig to speak...
Birds of Winter 2023, Raptors: January 29, 2023
Raptors of the Kingston Region Join us for a short presentation by Dale Kristensen Sunday, January 29 at 4 PM for a virtual event to celebrate winter raptors in our region. Dale will provide a brief exploration of the remarkable diversity of raptors found in our...
2022 Annual General Meeting: April 13
Join us online and learn about what your local Land Trust accomplished in 2021. Following our brief AGM, we are pleased to have tick expert Dr. Vett Lloyd present the latest science on ticks and tell us more about ticks in our region. This Zoom event is open to all....
Local Land Trust adds a new Nature Reserve north of Frontenac Park
KINGSTON, Ontario. December 6, 2022 The Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (Land Conservancy for KFLA) is excited to announce the addition of a new conservation property. This ecologically significant land has been named the Somerville...
Local land donors help the Ecological Gifts Program reach $1 billion
The Land Conservancy KFLA recently made the national news as the value of recent land donations (Fourth Lake Nature Reserve North and Fourth Lake Nature Reserve South) helped push Canada's Ecological Gifts Program over the one billion dollar mark. Click here to read...
Save this Place campaign wrap-up – we reached our goals!
It all began with the opportunity to acquire 204 acres near Parham. The owner had carefully nursed his property back to health and wanted to make sure it would remain a place for nature, forever. He offered to donate one-quarter of its value to the Land Conservancy....
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