Conservators’ Circle participants are advisors, advocates and generous supporters of the Teton Regional Land Trust. They are also farmers, ranchers, hunters, birders, businessmen and women, hikers and anglers, united in their respect and love for the lands of Eastern Idaho. Their generous support of conservation helps ensure the endurance of private lands and clean water for ranching and wildlife.
Conservators’ Circle members are recognized by annual operating gifts of cash or property of $2,500 or more, or by naming Teton Regional Land Trust in estate plans. Membership is then renewable each subsequent year if the donor so chooses. Contributions support the Land Trust general fund, which funds immediate needs in staffing, technology, facilities or other specific program areas.
Besides the benefit of being instrumental in protecting and restoring habitat, stewarding lands and supporting our programs, our Conservators’ Circle members receive the following:
- Free admission to Land Trust tours and field trips
- An invitation to the annual Conservators’ Circle gathering, usually a river float in late summer
- Quarterly updates from the Executive Director including upcoming land protection projects
- Receipt of a logo fleece vest with “Conservators’ Circle” embroidered when you join
- Recognition in Our Place, Teton Regional Land Trust’s seasonal newsletter
Joining is easy and represents a tax-deductible gift that helps to conserve working farms and ranches, rural scenic beauty, wildlife habitat and river corridors throughout Eastern Idaho.