Leave your legacy

CONSERVATION AT WORK

In north Idaho and northwest Montana, our communities are more than the places we work. The landscape represents our playgrounds and livelihoods, and brings deeper meaning to our lives. By inspiring more people to value and protect the natural world, we can lay the foundation for future conservation of our shared natural heritage.

Community driven land conservation

To learn more about how to conserve your land through a conservation easement or land donation, click here. To learn more about KLT’s completed conservation projects, click here.

Pine Street Woods

A community forest. Your future favorite place to walk, hike, bike, snowshoe, nordic ski and enjoy nature. Opening to the public in summer 2019.

How We Work

Curious about how Kaniksu Land Trust works to protect valuable lands in our area? Learn more about conservation easements and how we can help you protect your lands for the future.

Completed Projects

Check out this map of our service area, including all of our completed projects; both our public-access lands and private projects.

Critter Corner

Want to learn more about plants and animals that make their home in North Idaho? Click here to learn more about the species that share our landscape.

Join our cause and take advantage of the benefits

Want to learn more about what Kaniksu Land Trust does and how you can be a part of it? Sign up for our monthly E-news and you'll learn about community events, educational programs, completed conservation projects, volunteer opportunities and much more.

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