Pine Street Woods Community Forest

PINE STREET WOODS – SOON TO BE YOUR FAVORITE PLACE TO WALK, HIKE, BIKE, SNOWSHOE, NORDIC SKI, AND ENJOY NATURE

Kaniksu Land Trust is very excited to announce that we have achieved our initial fundraising goal for Pine Street Woods!

Kaniksu Land Trust will now be able to purchase 160 incredible acres of land as a place for our community to learn and play outside.
Our community has helped us raise over $2.1 million to protect this land as a place for recreation and education, and we can’t thank them enough. While the property is not yet open to the public, we’re looking forward to seeing everyone in Pine Street Woods next summer once the sale has closed and we’ve done some initial improvements.

However, the work isn’t over! We’ll continue to raise funds to make Pine Street Woods accessible to all members of our community as well as for the creation of an educational center on the property.

Thank You to all of those who have supported Pine Street Woods!

We’d like to acknowledge our major donors to the Pine Street Woods project: The Equinox Foundation, The LOR Foundation, the US Forest Service Community Forest Grant program, Idaho Forest Group, L E Krause, the Family of Luther and Jessie Cunningham, The Innovia Foundation, Middle Fork River Tours, the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, and the Lightfoot Foundation.

We also received over $150,000 in individual donations, and we cannot thank our individual donors enough for their generosity  and support of this project.

Take a Walk in the Woods! While the property remains in private hands, but we’re hosting a Green Friday Hike on the property, so you’ll have a chance to take a sneak peek.  Go sign up»

If you’re curious about the project, and would like to learn more, contact us at (208) 263-9471 or email info@kaniksu.org

For a map of the project, click here: PSW layout and SMR

 

PINE STREET WOODS VIDEOS

KLT has worked with local production company GemVision to showcase Pine Street Woods. Take a look!

Pine Street Woods

Land is My Sasquatch

Watch this video to learn more about what makes Pine Street Woods so crucial to the health of our environment and community.

In a beautiful film which placed third in a national competition, local filmmaker Scott Rulander explores his connection to land