Kaniksu Land Trust is excited to partner with Team Autism 24/7 in a fundraiser to support education in our community. KLT and Team Autism 24/7 have created a special edition re-usable water bottle which will be sold to benefit their missions to improve the lives of children and adults. Team Autism 24/7’s mission is to
Kaniksu Land Trust is excited to announce that we are the June Non-Profit of the Month at Evans Brothers Coffee. All month you’ll be able to make donations to KLT when you get your morning coffee, and on June 29 we’ll be around all day, and we will receive a portion of the cafe’s sales.
May 31, 2018 5:00-7:30 pm Heartwood Center 615 Oak Street, Sandpoint Tickets are $25 Ticket price includes one complimentary drink and hors d’oeuvres A cash bar will be available Online ticket sales have closed. If you would like to join us this evening, tickets will be available at the door.
Camp Kaniksu is back for more fun outside in 2018! Session One: Ages 6-9, June 11-15 Session Two: Ages 9-12, June 18-22 Session Three: Ages 6-9, June 25-29 $80 per session, full and partial scholarships are available. Camp Kaniksu will be held at the University of Idaho property on Boyer Ave in Sandpoint. Lunch will
You are invited to begin your Earth Day Weekend on the dance floor with a very special tribute to the forest that grows within our community. People and forests share in the freedom of diversity and also in the power of oneness. The Soul Motion ® Conscious Dance Practice is a supportive environment to explore
Save the date for Leadership Sandpoint’s Cinco de Mayo fundraising event, held on May 5th, 4:30 – 8:30 pm at Trinity at City Beach. Proceeds benefit Kaniksu Land Trust’s Pine Street Woods and Angels Over Sandpoint. Lots of fun to be had: live music, auction, raffles, taco bar games and drinks! Looking forward to see
Join us on April 13 at the 219 Lounge for Friday Night Pints to support Kaniksu Land Trust! $1 of each featured beer sold will be donated to KLT, so come down, have a beer or two and support our work to provide places to play outside! A huge thank you to Ninkasi Brewing Company
THOMPSON FALLS __ Explore the world of fly fishing, from Honduras to Alaska, Dubai to Africa, without leaving Sanders County, during the 12th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour, coming to the Rex Theater in downtown Thompson Falls on April 28. This is the first year the international film festival has landed in Thompson Falls, and
Join us for a presentation by Dr. Wayne Melquist, who has studied osprey in our region for decades, who will be speaking on the natural history of this iconic bird and future challenges related to its conservation. Wayne’s talk will cover the general ecology of the osprey, ospreys in Idaho and factors that have affected the birds,
John and Gail Underwood were relative youngsters when they stumbled upon their dream property near Hope in 1965: a forested acreage to tend together throughout their lives. Now that this land has been permanently protected by a conservation agreement with KLT, it will always serve as a working forest while providing homes to all manner
Join us for our first Adult WildCrafting event: an Intro to Carving and Weaving. Saturday, February 10, 5:00 pm. $25 per person. At the Winter Ridge Education Center in Sandpoint. Explore wood-working and birch bark weaving with the WildCraft crew. Snacks and craft beers from Winter Ridge, as well as non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Must
The idea for a WildCrafting club began when I started working with some teenagers and experienced how few of them had ever handled any tools or spent time in creating things with natural materials. I followed my instincts believing that an experience of regularly learning and being trusted with the use of tools would be