The Dinner on Dry Creek

Friday, August 25th, 6-9 pm.

Hidden Springs Community Barn: paella, beer/wine, music, auction and more!


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The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley’s annual fundraising dinner will be on Friday, August 25th, at the Hidden Spring Community Barn. We hope you will join us for this annual celebration. Guests arrive beginning at 6 pmto enjoy live music, appetizers and lawn games. Dinner will be paella from the Basque Market, accompanied by wines, and beer from Woodland Empire Ale Craft. (Drinks are included in the price of the ticket.)  The evening will conclude with a live auction, … read more

June 9, 2017 Trail to Stack Rock Re-opens The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the trail to Stack Rock, also known as ‘Entrance Exam’ is once again open to the public, on marked trails only.   The trail was closed in June of 2016 to allow logging activity on the private land that the trail crosses. While some areas will still be impacted by logging this summer and fall, the landowners have agreed to allow … read more

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