Get in Touch with KLT

We love to hear from the community!

So much is involved in the work we do to create healthy lands, assist with projects throughout our community,  inform and teach our local youth about the outdoors. We welcome your feedback, suggestions, questions and concerns.

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Call KLT (208) 263-9471 with questions or comments

Contact KLT

The Kaniksu Land Trust office in Sandpoint, Idaho, is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meetings and field work occasionally require staff to leave during these hours.

Phone: 208-263-9471

E-mail:
General inquiries – info@kaniksu.org

Regan Plumb, Interim Executive Director and                     Conservation Director – regan@kaniksu.org

Dave Kretzschmar, Director of Education – dave@kaniksu.org

Cami Murray, Outreach and Development Coordinator –   cami@kaniksu.org

Anne Mitchell, Administrative Assistant – anne@kaniksu.org

Mail:
Kaniksu Land Trust
P.O. Box 2123
Sandpoint, ID 83864

Office:
1215 Michigan, Suite A
Sandpoint, ID 83864


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What Can YOU Do?

Supporting KLT doesn’t require much! Here are some simple ways to help:
Pick up trash on trails you already walk
Scoop dog poop at your favorite park
Advocate for KLT’s work to your friends and family
Encourage your business to support KLT
Share with us a testimonial about your love of trails and conservation. We want to hear it!
Smile on the trails, and spread kindness!

Use #outside7b, #pinestreetwoods and #klt in social media posts to share the message and show up on our website.

We can make a difference.

Together we can build a lasting legacy for future generations of outdoor enthusiasts, sportsmen, farmers and children.

Call KLT (208) 263-9471 with questions or comments about donating or to get better acquainted with the organization.

Support the Cause - Donate to KLT

Your donation to Kaniksu Land Trust will help support our work to protect valuable lands for future generations to farm, learn and play outside. These funds also provide free or low-cost educational programing, allow us to work with local schools to get children outside, and much more. 
Conservation and education happen constantly, so please consider making a monthly donation to support our work all year long.
If you have questions about donations, the work KLT does, or would like to speak with someone about making a legacy gift or a non-cash donation, please contact our staff at (208) 263-9471.

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