Our mission is to conserve nature close to home in southwestern Idaho.


The Land Trust identifies lands with special natural, scenic, recreational and agricultural values, and works with willing landowners to conserve these lands through acquisition, easement, education, and good stewardship. 


Land Trust, City of Boise and Grossman Family Create Unique Partnership

The upper Dry Creek watershed above and east of Bogus Basin Road contains over 6000 acres of public and private land.  Ranging in elevation from 3300' to nearly 7000' at Bogus Basin Ski Resort, the area is a blending of habitat types.  Over half, around 3400 acres, is privately owned and now part of a multi-party...

Outdoors Q&A: Stack Rock is now a shorter hike thanks to citizens' efforts

rphillips@idahostatesman.comOctober 9, 2014 

Idaho Statesman


Winter 2014 Newsletter
Citizens Help Create Hillside to the Hollow Plan

After months of seeking ideas and input from citizens, the Land Trust Board and Boise Parks and Recreation Commission jointly approved the Master Plan in October 2014.  The plan envisions new trails that help create additional loop opportunities while many steep trails will remain.  Some steep and erosive trails will be closed and restored.  Trail head parking will be provided at Hillside Park...


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