May 2015 marked the Idaho Chapter’s 50th anniversary. With supporters like you, we’ve protected more than 400,000 acres of Idaho’s forests, waterways, grasslands and deserts. With your help, the next 50 years will see even more accomplishments. Thank you for all you have done for nature in Idaho!
Learn more about the people and places behind our work over the last 50 years and check back as we add more features during our anniversary year. Contact us if you would like to share your own conservation story or photos.
Scroll through 50 years of conservation with our anniversary timeline.
Watch a short video to learn about The Nature Conservancy's first project in Idaho, a 35-acre cedar grove near Moscow.
Take a tour of the land and wildlife of this 485,000-acre refuge, home to the largest concentration of nesting birds of prey in North America.
Nearly 40 years ago the Conservancy established the flagship preserve at Silver Creek. It has since become a model for community-based conservation.