THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED THE 2017 DINNER ON DRY CREEK AT THE HIDDEN SPRINGS COMMUNITY BARN!

Conserving nature close to home.

 

A community supported nonprofit organization founded in 1996, we work with the general public, private landowners and public agencies to protect open space in the Treasure Valley, focusing on the foothills of the Boise Front and the Boise River.  We acquire land and easements, protect and restore natural areas by planting natives and controlling invasive plants, and introduce people of all ages to nature through classes, hands on the land projects such as trail work and habitat restoration.

 
 
Board members and staff celebrating the Land Trust's 2011 purchase of the Harrison Hollow property, preserving 35 acres in the Boise foothills. 

Board members and staff celebrating the Land Trust's 2011 purchase of the Harrison Hollow property, preserving 35 acres in the Boise foothills. 

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Land conservation, stewardship, community outreach and education, it's what we do. Connecting people to nature through programs like the Les Bois Film Festival, trail projects, and Kids 'n Nature.

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Downtown Boise from the ridge in Harrison Hollow. Nature, close to home, brought to you by the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, with your help. 

Downtown Boise from the ridge in Harrison Hollow. Nature, close to home, brought to you by the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, with your help. 

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Join us! It's easy. We can't do it without you. Become a member and Boise Foothill Friend (BFF) today by making a donation or volunteering time!

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