Your support, in any amount great or small, means more local land conservation here on the Palouse. Do you remember that sunny field you used to run through as a child? Or the forest in which you discovered the wonder of nature? How about enjoying an unfettered Palouse sunset? You make preserving these wonderful spaces and places possible!
The Palouse Land Trust works with local families to protect what we all love about north Idaho – beautiful scenery, productive agricultural lands, and abundant wildlife and recreational opportunities. Using voluntary agreements called conservation easements, we help families permanently protect their land as wildlife habitat, open space, or working farms and forests.
The Palouse Land Trust currently stewards easements on over 3,600 acres, owns and manages the popular Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve near Moscow, and is actively working to protect more forest, farmland, and wildlife habitat so that future generations can enjoy the same.