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BOISE, Idaho – Les Bois Film Festival has announced the films for the 2017 festival, which takes place on March 4th at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise. The festival is co-hosted by The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, a non-profit organization committed to conserving nature in Southwestern Idaho, along with Wild Lens, a non-profit film production company dedicated to addressing wildlife conservation issues. In its second year, Les Bois Film Festival will feature a diverse array of outdoor … read more

Join the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley on a snowshoe outing into the headwaters of Dry Creek on Saturday January 28th. This half day beginner to intermediate outing will take participants into the forest but within view of Boise. Only 15 spots are available and there is a drawing for the lucky participants. You can learn more and sign up Here!

BY CHADD CRIPE ccripe@idahostatesman.com Another informal trail system in the Boise Foothills is going formal — and non-motorized. Gates have been installed on the Upper Dry Creek Headwaters trails along Bogus Basin Road, the first step in creating a family-friendly trail system and protecting the property from trash dumping, vandalism, tree cutting and other undesirable activity. The gates will be closed around the time it starts to snow. The trails, which are badly rutted logging roads, are managed by the Land Trust of the … read more