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rphillips@idahostatesman.comOctober 9, 2014 

Idaho Statesman

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Tent at dusk with Hillside silouette


This year the annual fall fundraiser was held at a new venue, Quail Hollow Golf Club, a beautiful setting on the West side of Hillside to the Hollow. More than 200 Land Trust supporters attended this truly lovely and successful evening in celebration of...

 We had a wonderful time at the Boise River Bash with the Boise River Enhancement Network! Thank you to everyone who joined us!

Thank you to Sockeye Brewing and Sawtooth Winery for donating beer and wine for the event. Thank you...

Thank you to the fabulous group of volunteers that joined us for National Public Lands Day!!!


This year the Land Trust partnered with the Mountain Home ranger District of the...

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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Thank you to Payette Brewing Co. for Hosting the Land Trust for Kegs4Kause on June 2nd, 2014! It was a blast!

Thank you to everyone who came out for some barley pops for open space!

Thank you to all the volunteers who joined the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley and friends of Table Rock to give this valley icon a scrub down!

This Table Rock Restoration Project is an effort to reduce the graffiti and general impacts from inappropriate use. On Saturday May 3rd, 2014, we continued the graffiti removal that was started in 2013 and cleaned up trash....

Hillside to the Hollow is no doubt a dog lovers dream, a place where Fido is welcome to roam free and where responsible dog owners enjoy nature close to home.

This year we are celebrating Fido's "happy place" with our 2015 Hillside to the Hollow Hounds Calendar!  

 

Pre-order your 2015 H2H Hounds Calendar today with a $15 donation...

Thank you to all of the amazing volunteers that helped maintain the trails at Harrison Hollow! Y'all are awesome!

2014 Harrison Hollow Trail Crew Volunteers:

Brittany Jones

Conrad and Kirk Jackson

Amy Dahl

Mike Edwards

Rick Erickson

Steve Noyes

Nate Isaak...

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