Kingston Land Trust
Preserve habitat in Kingston:
Featured Initiatives & Programs
A Spanish immersion conversation organized by the Kingston Land Trust in collaboration with the Kingston YMCA Farm Project. We meet quarterly at hispanic restaurants in Kingston to eat a meal together and discuss local food and land initiatives.
In honor of Earth Day, we invite you to collaborate with us on a community Spotify playlist of land-related songs to build connections between each other and the planet we share.
A system of trails, promenades and complete streets that when fully developed will connect residents and visitors to Kingston’s natural, historic, cultural and commercial assets.
Thanks to community support of over 250 contributions, we were able to purchase and protect the site! The Kingston Land Trust and our partner organization Harambee still need your help to raise the remainder of our $200,000 total goal for 2019 towards converting the site into an interpretive center.
Conservation land trusts like the KLT traditionally focus on protecting open space. However, since we are in an urban area, we are exploring how to support the permanent protection of land for affordable homeownership.
Food security has quickly emerged as a priority for our community during this challenging pandemic. We have always taken a holistic approach to creating access to land that has included engaging residents in local food production. With your help, we will deepen and expand our efforts to support food access.
Our annual conversation to explore Black land access, ownership, sovereignty strategies in our region and how to implement them locally through KLT initiatives.
Pollinators are crucial to healthy natural and agricultural systems across the world. As part of our Land For Food initiative, we commit to supporting pollinators in our service area through habitat protection, plantings of native flowering plants, developing local garden projects, and forming innovative partnerships!
Through the website portal, approved landseekers (people looking for land to use) and landholders (people who own or manage land) can search for each other based on location and shared land use interests, and then arrange for free use of land for community or ecological benefit.
-- Harambee establishes a conservation easement with the Kingston Land Trust to forever protect the sacred site--
-- To preserve forested limestone terrain, historic quarry and lime kilns for ecological management and community engagement--