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Land Trust Of The Treasure Valley

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Causes: Environment, Environmental Beautification, Farmland Preservation, Food, Land Resources Conservation

Mission: To create opportunities for conservation of natural, scenic, recreational, historic and agricultural values of southwestern idaho's open spaces through collaborative efforts for current and future generations. The land trust identifies lands with special natural, scenic, recreational and agricultural values, and works with willing landowners to conserve these lands through acquisition, easement, education, and good stewardship.

Programs: Land conservation - work with private landowners on land and trail conservation projects

community outreach - building community support for open space through volunteerism, presentations, mass media, newsletter, film festival, video, web and social media.

stewardship of land and conservation easements - monitor existing easements. Conduct trail maintenance and habitat restoration.

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Land Trust of the Treasure Valley became an accredited land trust in August 2018, a status that can be renewed every five years. Accreditation means Land Trust of the Treasure Valley meets national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Land Trust of the Treasure Valley demonstrated to the Land Trust Accreditation Commission its commitment to excellence. Accredited land trusts meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. These land trusts demonstrate the commitment to excellence by adopting Land Trust Standards and Practices, the ethical and technical guidelines for the responsible operation of a land trust, and meeting the accreditation requirements drawn from them. To learn more about land trust accreditation and the current accreditation status of Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, visit http//www.landtrustaccreditation.org/about.