The goal of the Baby Salmon Live Here initiative is to encourage good stewardship of important salmon habitat. The program includes installing Baby Salmon Live Here signs in strategic places that baby salmon live, highlighting that on the Peninsula, salmon live all around us!
2022 Sign Installation Events
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust, Cook Inletkeeper, Kachemak Bay Conservation Society, and Kenai Watershed Forum worked together to install new BSLH signs during the 2022 summer months. The sign installation kick off took place during the month of May. Below is a list of the sign installation events in order by the organizing group. More information about each installation event can be found on the lead organization’s website:
Kenai Watershed Forum
May 11 — Adopt-a-Stream volunteers - Slikok Creek
May 25 — Slikok Creek near Kenai Peninsula College
Additional Dates/Location TBD
May 16 — Highway Cleanup - Stariski Creek way side at Sterling Highway Bridge - 1:00 PM
Kachemak Bay Conservation Society & Kachemak Heritage Land Trust
May 28 — Homer Harbor
Inviting friends of the land trust to experience firsthand the important work we do together is what Boots-on-the-Ground is all about.
Save the Date!
Blueberries & Birds
When: Saturday, September 16th
Where: Grace Ridge
What: Join Dale Chorman and KHLT on a guided trip to pick blueberries, bird-watch, and learn about other local flora and fauna on Grace Ridge. Stock up for those long winter months and connect with other land-trust friends while supporting the work KHLT does to protect land. Tickets are $150 and will be available here soon! This all-day trip will be limited to 10 attendees.
Fish Need Land Too is a collaborative program between KHLT and Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (KBNERR), where small groups trek into the field to discover how land benefits salmon. KBNERR biologists help participants discover how healthy habitat directly benefits salmon at all life stages. This demonstrates that conservation efforts help provide room and board for juvenile fish.
If you’re interested in joining a future Fish Need Land Too field trip, please let us know and Get In Touch.
The King Maker program, developed in Anchorage by Great Land Trust, celebrates individual Alaskans making a difference for salmon in Alaska. Through this program we celebrate Alaskan heroes who are doing great things to conserve salmon habitat by crowning them as King Makers.
The goal of our King Maker program is to inspire individuals in our communities to take simple steps to help salmon on the Peninsula. Acknowledging the value of salmon habitat will help to ensure they are here far into the future.