Preserving and Restoring Palouse Prairie
Our native Palouse Prairie is critically endangered - less than 1% remains. We play an important role in a comprehensive strategy to preserve what's left and restore this beautiful and unique habitat.
Palouse Prairie »
Less than 1% of the native Palouse Prairie exists today. The Land Trust worked with the Hill family to protect one of the largest Palouse Prairie remnants in Latah County, and continues to prioritize this globally imperiled ecosystem. Some of the landowners who have donated conservation easements have also begun to restore native prairie on portions of their protected lands.
Water Howelia »
This property protects the only known Idaho population of a unique, and threatened plant species Howelia aquatilis that is being considered for endangered species listing.