The Bill Davidson Memorial Barbeque and Conservation Award Event is July 11th
THE CURLEW NATIONAL GRASSLAND MINISERIES PART 5 OF 6: RESTORING
Decades of heavy land use have resulted in significant erosion and stream degradation in the Curlew area which compromise the region’s vital waterways.
Restoring riparian habitat, reconnecting the Curlew’s waterways to historic floodplains, and adopting sustainable agricultural practices to reduce erosion is a significant part of the Curlew National Grassland Restoration Project.
The goal of the project is to achieve common good for the area’s people and wildlife
What We Do
Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust works with willing landowners in Southeast Idaho to conserve private land by creating tailored agreements, known as conservation easements, to protect land while keeping it in private ownership.
Our mission is the heart of our work: To protect and enhance natural lands, wildlife habitat, and working farms and ranches in Southeast Idaho, now and for future generations.
We are a private, non-profit organization.
Where We Work
We serve the public, farmers and ranchers and others who care about conservation in seven counties: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power. Local residents—people who live and work in Southeast Idaho—lead our board and oversee our work. Local volunteers help us carry out our mission and stretch our budget.
109 N Arthur Ave, Suite 300
Pocatello, ID 83204
PO Box 1404
Pocatello ID 83204
Office- (208) 240-6045
Field Cell- (208) 241-4662