Palouse Land Trust

Our mission is to conserve the open space, wildlife habitat, water quality, and scenery of the Palouse.

We share information about conservation easements and make referrals.

Conservation easements enable farmers and other private landowners to protect and conserve open space, wildlife habitat, and favorite views. Conservation easements are legal agreements between a landowner and a land trust that permanently limit uses of land. Because they are very flexible, easements can allow continued agricultural or forest production, or limited development.

A conservation easement permits landowners to:
* Protect what is special about their land
* Control future development and uses of their land
* Pass land from one generation to the next with reduced inheritance taxes
* Gain significant income and estate tax advantages

Contact Palouse Land Trust

Amy Trujillo
Executive Director
PO Box 8506
Moscow, Idaho  83843-1006
Cell Phone: (208) 669-0722


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Benewah County, Idaho
  • Clearwater County, Idaho
  • Idaho County, Idaho
  • Latah County, Idaho
  • Lewis County, Idaho
  • Nez Perce County, Idaho
  • Shoshone County, Idaho
  • Whitman County, Washington

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