Idaho's oldest Land Trust serving the entire state
Since its beginning in 1972, the Foundation's goals are to promote the acquisition, preservation, conservation and maintenance of open spaces and related ecosystems. It is organized to cooperate with community groups and governmental units within the state. The Foundation has been fortunate, in building its track record, to acquire most of its holdings by donation rather than purchase. A key element in the process is public and private trust and confidence.
The Idaho Foundation for Parks & Lands is a statewide public benefit privately funded organization whose mission is to preserve and protect open space lands and unique natural, scenic settings for public benefit through various flexible conservation methods.
Idaho Foundation of Parks and Lands works to preserve lands and to raise awareness of the importance of conservation.
We need you to donate to help us maintain these unique properties.
We need you to donate so you enjoy these great and beautiful lands.
We need you to donate so we can continue to work for you and enhance Idaho.
12 acre property adjacent to Idaho Shakespeare Festival amphitheater. For more information, click here.
John Grade's sculpture Spur installed on Foundation land in Ketchum. For information, click here.