November, 1988: KLT incorporated
1989: First KLT annual meeting, Jym St. Pierre, President
1990: KLT organizes the Conference for Land & Trust; conservation easement donated - 152 acres at Vaughan Woods
1991: 1,200 feet of shoreline protected on Echo Lake
1993: $42,000 raised by KLT Directors to conserve Sheep (Perry) Island, Cobbossee Lake
1994: Stewardship Committee formed; Doug Scott hired as Membership Secretary
1995-1996: “Mount Pisgah Breakfast Club” formed; Dexter Pond and Stream Mount Pisgah parcels, including an old growth stand, conserved
1997: Islands of Hope Campaign, Norris Island purchased
1999: Firsts: KLT website, field trips, Member of the Year award; Land Trust Alliance Rally
2000: KLT joins Kennebec Highlands project; 360-acre historic family homestead donated by Governor Kenneth Curtis
2002: First staff member, Theresa Kerchner, hired; office opened at 134 Main, 2B
2003: First annual Lyceum and volunteer land stewards’ meeting
2004: Kennebec Landscapes Campaign raises $500,000; Parker Pond Headland conserved: landowner, LMF, KLT, Parker Pond Association, donations
2005-2007: KLT adds acreage to MDIFW Jamies Pond property; first KLT property map
2006: Plein air painting: “Art and the Land” show, Slates Restaurant
2007: Vassalboro Wildlife Habitat conserved east of the Kennebec River
2008: KLT 20th Anniversary; Art Show, KLT Calendar, Abby Holman Agricultural Education School Programs
2009: KLT and the Maine Forest Service form the Kennebec Woodland Partnership
2010: Between Person and Place published
2011-2012: A year of awards for Kennebec Land Trust directors, staff and volunteers
2013: First Children’s Nature Camp taught by Gina Lamarche and Nicole Rhodes; small office with high visibility - 331 Main Street, Winthrop - purchased as KLT’s headquarters
2014: Ambitious Capital Campaign launched; KLT publishes new trail guide: Take a Hike!; 25th Anniversary celebration at Camp Winnebago, over 250 members attend;  First property on Kennebec River conserved- Judy Kane Parcel of the Kennebec River Conservation Corridor; KLT and Local Wood WORKS partners organize Maine's first Local Wood WORKS conference  - November                                                                                                                                                                                    2015: KLT reaches 5,000 acres of conserved land with donation of Vienna Woods CE; Capital Campaign continues- 360 donors contribute; new lands conserved, Endowment Fund grows with gifts and bequests; Howard Hill permanently conserved, October Capital Campaign Celebration at Viles Homestead                                    2016-2017: Mount Pisgah Community Conservation Area additions - 1090 acres conserved ; Ledges Trail opens, summer, 2017; Local Wood Works publishes       Building Maine’s Local Wood Economy, Together with Conservation                                                                                                                                                  2017, March:  Title to the historic 164-acre Howard Hill property officially transferred to City of Augusta, KLT holds Conservation Easement.