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Idaho Coalition of Land Trusts

The Idaho Coalition of Land Trusts (ICOLT), created in 2010, is a group of nineteen separate nonprofit land trust organizations and two local and state government-sponsored programs working on private land conservation and voluntary conservation agreements throughout the state of Idaho. ICOLT also helps to coordinate association membership to achieve legislative, administrative, communications and policy goals.

ICOLT is composed of these 19 members:

Idaho has a strong tradition of land trust and land conservation excellence. The members of ICOLT comply with Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices as a condition of membership. Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices are rigorous national standards that assure land trusts operate with professional integrity and quality. Upholding these standards helps ensure Idaho’s conservation organizations can meet their perpetual responsibility to uphold the conservation values of Idaho’s irreplaceable landscapes.

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Contact Idaho Coalition of Land Trusts

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Contact Idaho Coalition of Land Trusts

Laurel Sayer
Director
PO Box 1845
Boise, Idaho  83701
Phone: (208) 521-2987


 

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