Support land protection and access here!

Donate to one of our dedicated campaign funds:

Pine Street African Burial Ground Short Film - help bring history to light!

Land in Black Hands Fund - support Black land ownership and access

Land for Food Fund - increase healthy food access and food security

Protect Our Outdoors Fund - permanently protect and steward open space

 

 

Or make a general donation below:

Susan

The Kingston Land Trust is working at the intersections of environmental protection, racial justice and local sustainability.  I first became involved in supporting the Kingston Land Trust in connection with the successful effort by Harambee and the KLT to preserve the Pine Street African Burial Ground.  Constructive local work such as that carried out by the Kingston Land Trust is important in making a better future in the Hudson Valley.

Ari

I support Kingston Land Trust because I believe that public space is important for all cities and all people within them. Through their myriad efforts, KLT works to make Kingston a better, greener, more inclusive city for all of us. 

Donate your extra materials!

Have any of the following items lying around in your basement/attic/garage? We can put them to good use for our office and programs!

  • Clipboards
  • Bulletin boards
  • Mouse pad
  • Work/garden gloves
  • Garden tools (for volunteers)
  • Lucite display cases (freestanding or wall hung)
  • Rugs for our office
  • Poster frames/ large photo frames
  • Ceramic water dispenser and 5 gallon bottle
  • Picnic table
  • Tree stumps for seating

Please reach out to our operations manager at ted@kingstonlandtrust.org or at 845-877-5263 to arrange a drop off/pick up, and to receive a donation receipt.

Donate your services!

We can always use support in the following areas:

  • Graphic design (layout, graphics, infographics)
  • Photography
  • Videography
  • Grant writing
  • Financial services
  • Tree expertise
  • Landscape design

Please reach out to our operations manager at ted@kingstonlandtrust.org or at 845-877-5263 to discuss further.