Support helps KHLT work toward walk-able Homer

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust would like to thank the City of Homer for the grant support we received administered through The Homer Foundation. This much appreciated grant supports our mission: conserving the natural heritage of the Kenai Peninsula for future generations. The land trust is at the beginning phases of creating a community park on our in-town Poopdeck Platt property that will include trails — helping with our community’s efforts to connect a walk-able downtown Homer. These funds will be used to help us move forward with this long-term project. We look forward to playing a role in increasing trails in our community, adding to our already existing and well-loved Calvin and Coyle Trail located off Mariner Drive just east of downtown and our Effler trail and viewing platform on West Skyline Drive. We want to thank the City for this important funding opportunity and the grant selection committee for their hard work screening and selecting applicants. We are honored to be part of this wonderful, vibrant community that offers amazing support to the many local non-profits. Thank you City of Homer, we appreciate your continued support of our conservation efforts, protecting treasured lands for generations to come.