Small acts, when multiplied by millions, can transform the world.

Our Projects

Our conservation work protects working farms and ranches, riparian areas, wildlife habitat and recreational access, as follows:

  • All 19 projects protect habitat for the plant and wildlife species in SE Idaho
  • 8 active farm and ranch parcels
  • 1 parcel with public access to the Bear River
  • 1 parcel with public access to the Mt. Naomi Wilderness area
  • 18 parcels protect wildlife habitat and riparian areas
  • 14 projects protect important habitat for Bonneville cutthroat trout
  • 4 projects protect critical winter range for elk and mule deer
  • 2 project enhance and protect important habitat for Yellowstone cutthroat trout
Projects

What’s in it for the Landowner

Your land preserved in perpetuity

  • Helps maintain our region’s clean air and water, wildlife habitat, and scenic views
  • Helps protect working farms and ranches
  • Helps families leave land to the next generation
  • Gives individual landowners a nongovernmental way to conserve natural areas and traditional ways of life

Tax Incentives

  • Donor can deduct 50% of their income
  • Farmers and ranchers to deduct up to 100% of their income
  • Donor can take deductions over 16 years

Funds generated from selling land or easement.

Conservation projects tailored to landowner’s needs.