Become a Member

By becoming a member today, you are helping to conserve the scenic beauty, wildlife habitats, river corridors and working farms and ranches of the Upper Snake River Valley. As a community-supported organization, the Teton Regional Land Trust depends on donations for 70-percent of its operations budget. Without your help and the support of hundreds of other members, we would not be able to preserve these wonderful places we all love.

To make a donation, click on the Donate button or print the donation form and send it in with your tax-deductible annual membership. If you have questions, please contact Hannah Van Arsdell, Outreach and Membership Coordinator.

Sustainers’ Giving Circle

Create a big impact with a small amount! Sign up to give every month and see your gifts spread over time to enable a greater impact. Monthly giving is convenient and doesn’t create a big hit to your pocketbook at the end of the year. It’s also a win for the Teton Regional Land Trust. A steady stream of support leads to better budgeting and provides more help year-round. A win-win for everyone. You can set up monthly giving by clicking on the “Donate” button and choose recurring donations or talk with your banking establishment to set up a monthly check delivery.

New Member Challenge

Join Today and Double Your Impact

When you become a new member, you will see your tax-deductible gift stretched even further. In thanks to a generous group of new member challenge supporters, your gift will be matched and the funds will be put to good use in protecting more of Eastern Idaho’s land and water. If you are interested in seeing the best of our natural and scenic landscapes protected for now and future generations in Eastern Idaho, become a member of the Teton Regional Land Trust. Our members have already helped us to permanently protect over 33,000 treasured places from Henry’s Lake all the way to the Palisades.

The new member challenge is held throughout the year, and seeks unique matched opportunities through events like Idaho Gives, on May 5th and the Community Foundation of Teton Valley’s Tin Cup Challenge, July 16. All gifts are tax deductible and all proceeds benefit the Teton Regional Land Trust.

There is no minimum or maximum level, so pick the level that is right for you. For more information on the New Member Challenge, contact Diane Temple at 208.354.8939 or diane@tetonlandtrust.org.

Workplace Matching Gifts

See your gift doubled! Workplace matching gifts combine the power of an individual gift with companies.

Workplace matching gift programs are designed to be the means by which companies support employee charitable giving. Many companies match donations to the Teton Regional Land Trust made by their employees. Matching workplace gifts are important as your gift is doubled to create an even larger impact through your company’s corporate match.

Visit your human resources department to inquire on matched giving opportunities or call Diane Temple for questions or assistance, (208) 354-8939, diane@tetonlandtrust.org.

Conservators’ Circle

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.

Click on the Donate Now button and become a Conservators’ Circle member today.  Or call our office today to inquire on estate planning. 

Business for Land Protection

The Businesses for Land Protection program encourages community business owners to provide leadership support that is necessary to conserve agricultural and natural lands in Eastern Idaho. The group is a vital component to all of the work at Teton Regional Land Trust. The name reflects the importance of conservation and restoration efforts to the local economy.

Benefits

Besides the benefit of being instrumental in protecting and restoring habitat, stewarding lands and supporting programs, Businesses for Land Protection members receive the following:

  • Receipt of a Businesses for Land Protection poster for your office or storefront when you join.
  • Recognition in our Annual Report and a highlight column in our newsletter.
  • A link on the Businesses for Land Protection page of our website, www.tetonlandtrust.org.

Join

Business for Land Protection members provide an annual gift of $500 or greater. Membership is renewable each year. Contributions support the Teton Regional Land Trust General Fund, which supports immediate needs in staffing, technology and facilities or specific program areas.  To join, please click on the Donate Now button, or mail a check to Teton Regional Land Trust, PO Box 247, Driggs, ID 83422. Please contact Diane Temple at 208-354-8939.