Posted on Jul 17, 2017
Our own Kathy Heindl has been crowned as a Kenai Peninsula King Maker!  From the Kachemak Heritage Land Trust's Facebook page:
KHLT was honored to crown Kathy Heindl of Kenai yesterday as a Kenai Peninsula King Maker! Kathy has dedicated countless hours of volunteering through Kenai Watershed Forum’s Stream Watch program over the last several years. From Centennial Park, Moose Range Meadows, Kasilof River, to Bing’s Landing, it is her selfless actions that help protect the vital habitat needed for salmon to live and thrive. Kathy’s dedication and commitment in caring for salmon streams is inspiring! Each one of us as individuals can take action. Taking simple steps will help ensure salmon will be on the Peninsula far into the future.
The King Maker Program recognizes individual Alaskans, from landowners to schoolchildren, making a difference for salmon. The goal of King Maker is to share with people the value of protecting habitat critical to salmon, helping to ensure long-lasting conservation.