Kachemak Heritage Land Trust

Coffee Table - Homestead Kids Dec. 25, 2019

Dec 25, 2019
Walli Family

Laura Lofgren Barton and Steve Walli tell tales of homestead life in this hour-long program recorded live at the Kachemak Heritage Land Trust's annual meeting on December 12, 2019.
Homestead Kids: Tales from Stariski Creek and Diamond Ridge is a collaboration between the land trust and the Pratt Museum. It is hosted by Lynn Whitmore and recorded by KBBI's Nicole Arevalo.

Homestead Kids: A Coffee Table sneak preview

Dec 24, 2019
Walli Family

Tune in to KBBI Christmas morning at nine for Homestead Kids: Tales from Stariski Creek and Diamond Ridge.

Click on the audio for a two minute preview of the hour-long program, recorded live at the Kachemak Heritage Land Trust's annual meeting on December 12, 2019.

Courtesy of the Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Two environmental organizations in Homer are gearing up to host the Smithsonian National Board at the end of the month. The Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Kachemak Heritage Land Trust will host roughly 70 people with the Smithsonian’s advisory board.  

Coowe Walker is the manager and the lead watershed ecologist for the research reserve.

Homestead Kids: Tales from The North Fork

Dec 26, 2018
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust

Homestead Kids: Tales from The North Fork, Local history  told live by Terry Epperson Harrington,
 Al Poindexter, Mary Haakenson Perry, Joyce Anderson Turkington, with moderator, Lynn Whitmore. Recorded on December 12, 2018 at The Kachemak Heritage Land Trust annual meeting at The Islands and Ocean Visitor Center in Homer.

 

Courtesy of Conrad Field.

The Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is hosting its annual gala this weekend, and as part of the event, it will give away its fourth annual Land at Heart award, which honors those who have made contributions to land conservation on the Kenai Peninsula.

Carmen and Conrad Field will receive the award Saturday for their years of environmental education work around the peninsula. Carmen passed away in early 2016, but her husband Conrad will be on hand to accept the award. He said he’s honored the land trust is recognizing the legacy Carmen left behind.