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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. 

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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...

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...

This Holiday Season, give the gift of nature to family and friends!  Give a Land Trust membership to a friend or family member or renew at the $50 level and we will send a Land Trust gift of your choice to say thanks. Offer ends Dec 21st.

 

Choose from the following Land Trust Gifts (pictured below): Hillside to Hollow Hounds...

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...

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...

Master Plan wins approval - Boise Weekly, Oct 22nd, 2014, By Jessica Murri

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