A community supported nonprofit founded in 1996, Land Trust of the Treasure Valley works with private landowners, neighbors, and public agencies to conserve open space. We protect and restore natural areas, acquire land and easements, and introduce people of all ages to the outdoors.

Join us for the Dinner on Dry Creek on Friday, August 23rd. This annual fundraiser is a celebration of conservation with local folks, local food, live music, and a live auction. Get your tickets here before they sell out!

Board members and staff celebrate the 2011 purchase of the Harrison Hollow property, preserving 59 acres in the Boise Foothills.

Board members and staff celebrate the 2011 purchase of the Harrison Hollow property, preserving 59 acres in the Boise Foothills.

ABOUT

We work in land conservation, stewardship, community outreach and education to connect people to the outdoors through programs like Les Bois Film Festival, trail days, and Kids ‘n Nature.

 

Downtown Boise from the ridge in Harrison Hollow. With your help, we can work to conserve nature close to home.

Downtown Boise from the ridge in Harrison Hollow. With your help, we can work to conserve nature close to home.

TAKE ACTION

We can’t operate without your support! Become a Boise Foothills Friend (BFF) today by making a donation or volunteering your time!