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The Land Trust is a 501C3 Non-profit that works to conserve nature in the Treasure Valley. Click here to learn more about the Land Trust HH spring clean up 2014 group after high res

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Upcoming Events

  1. Trick or Treat Trail Project
    October 29 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
  2. Planting at Table Rock
    November 11 @ 2:00 am - 5:00 pm
  3. Sage Seed Collection
    December 3 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Latest News

Did you find yourself aghast at the sight of Table Rock this summer?  Are you losing sleep over what the wildlife might eat around Lucky Peak after the Mile Marker 14 fire? Well, have no fear – the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley is partnering with Idaho Fish & Game and Boise City to help rehabilitate these landmark Boise areas. The Land Trust is looking for volunteers to help heal the burn! Planting native plants at Table Rock  November … read more

September 9, 2016 For Immediate Release Contact: Tim M. Breuer, Executive Director Phone: 385-7927 Email: tbreuer@lttv.org Trail to Stack Rock Remains Closed Until Further Notice The trail to Stack Rock, also known as Entrance Exam, will remain closed even on weekends for additional logging and to make the trail safe for public use. “The private owners have been logging their private land to combat trees infected by mistletoe and beetle infestations”, said Land Trust Executive Director Tim Breuer. “The extent … read more

Nominations for Coordinating Team Being Accepted Until August 31, 2016 Nominations are now being accepted for 6 positions on the Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN) Coordinating Team. The Coordinating Team is delegated to act on behalf of BREN and is responsible for providing direction to achieve BREN’s vision including setting goals, policies and procedures. Coordinating Team members will take office October 1, 2016 and serve two (2) year terms. Responsibilities and Privileges of the Coordinating Team Coordinating Team members must … read more