The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley's mission is to conserve the natural, scenic, recreational, historic and agricultural values of southwestern Idaho's open spaces. We are a community based non-profit organization that works with private landowners, agencies and the community to conserve nature close to home for people and wildlife. The Land Trust works to engage community volunteers and students to maintain trails and restore habitat for today and future generations.
ORIENTATION will take place at BSU River Front Hall 301 on Friday, January 31, 2020 from 11:30am – 12:30pm
VOLUNTEER DAYS - EVERY OTHER THURSDAY, 2-4 PM
Join us in creating seed trays of native plants for future restoration events. Learn about your local plants and get your hands dirty!
WEEDING AT HARRISON HOLLOW:
Help us protect the native plants at Harrison Hollow and keep the invasive weeds from taking over! Removing weeds around new baby plants makes it so they can get big and strong this spring.
Tag along to plant in our open spaces that are in need of a little extra help! The journey of beautifying our community and providing habitat for local wildlife starts with you.
NATIVE PLANT REPOTTING:
Remember those babies we planted in the winter?! They sprouted and need bigger pots! Help us repot our precious native plants.
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