From 1995 through 2020, we invested in more than 500 organizations across the Northwest, far more than we can list here. We are deeply grateful for the vision, passion, and hard work of each of these groups. No one does this work alone, and we thank the boards, staffs, volunteers, and supporters who made this work possible. Explore below to learn more about some of the groups we funded.
In 2005, Lemhi County landowners formed the Lemhi Regional Land Trust in order to generate and provide funds and resources for the preservation of land and natural resources, and in particular, central Idaho's ranchlands and agricultural land. The organization is home-grown and deeply concerned about the rapid conversion of agricultural lands to subdivisions and ranchettes. The group's primary goal is to maintain stewardship opportunities for landowners that allow them to conserve the land's agricultural, natural and cultural resources.