- Land Protection & Stewardship
- Our Preserves
- Conservation Easements
- Partnership Properties
- Get Involved
Kettle Moraine Land Trust (KMLT) protects beautiful lands and waters in Walworth County, Wisconsin. We work to permanently protect critical and unique natural resources, and we connect people to nature close to home. It’s not enough to preserve land and wildlife habitat. We educate all generations about the importance of nature and healthy, diverse ecosystems.
Working in partnership with communities and landowners to preserve land, so the awe and wonder of nature can inspire future generations.
Current KMLT Board Members
Officers: Dave DeAngelis, President; Bill Huxhold, Interim Vice President and Secretary; Tom Herbstritt, Treasurer.
Directors: Justin DeAngelis, Ken Ingle, Walker Johnson, Dan Koehler, Herb Sharpless, and Peg Sorenson. Director Emeritus: Jerry Petersen.
The Board of KMLT is composed of volunteers who bring their diverse work experiences to the challenges of land conservation. KMLT’s Executive Director Greg Rajsky, and Program Manager Sue Heffron work out of the KMLT office, located in the Lauderdale Lakes Community Center at N7511 Sterlingworth Drive, Elkhorn. Greg can be contacted on 262.949.7211.
KMLT’s mailing address is PO Box 176, Elkhorn, WI 53121.
By preserving Walworth County open spaces and natural areas, KMLT is sustaining the quality of life enjoyed by residents and protecting the scenic beauty they provide.
Property protected by KMLT provide quality habitat for our native plants and wildlife.
Conserved lands help to purify our surface and drinking water resources.
Most of the Preserves owned by KMLT are open to the public for recreation and education purposes.