Wallowa Land Trust

To protect the rural nature of the Wallowa Country by working cooperatively with private landowners, Indian tribes, local communities and governmental entities to conserve land.

The Trust uses economic and other incentives to help conserve the valley's natural, historic, cultural and agricultural resources, including forests, farmlands, ranchlands, grasslands, wetlands, waterways and open ground, for the benefit of present and future generations.

The Trust operates three programs for land protection, acquisition and restoration.

Farms & Ranchlands
The Trust's Farms & Ranchlands Program is the Trust's largest program area, whose purpose is to secure agricultural ground as perpetual working lands, helping keep farms and ranches intact.

Habitat & Open Ground
The Trust's Habitat & Open Ground Program seeks to protect a variety of lands along river courses and wetlands, on high bluffs and mountains and across the forests and prairies of the Wallowa Country.

Indian Sacred Lands
The Trust's Indian Sacred Lands Program seeks to assist tribes and Indian people in their efforts to protect selected lands of special significance to them. 



Contact Wallowa Land Trust

Julia Lakes
Conservation Director
116 S River St.
Enterprise, Oregon  97828
Phone: 541-426-2042


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Idaho County, Idaho
  • Lewis County, Idaho
  • Nez Perce County, Idaho
  • Wallowa County, Oregon
  • Asotin County, Washington
  • Columbia County, Washington
  • Garfield County, Washington

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