Wallowa Land Trust is a local nonprofit, tax-exempt organization founded in 2004 by Wallowa County landowners and residents. Our mission is to protect the rural nature of Wallowa County by working cooperatively with private landowners, Indigenous people, local communities and governmental entities to conserve land. We use voluntary, non-regulatory tools to protect the places we love in our corner of NE Oregon: natural areas, wildlife habitat, open spaces and working lands.

Wallowa Land Trust works to secure important lands in Wallowa County by working with willing landowners to protect their property. To date we have completed eleven conservation projects, providing permanent protection for a working farm, riparian areas along the Lostine and Wallowa Rivers, shoreline on Wallowa Lake, and two forested properties -- one on the backside of the east moraine and one on the west moraine.

Our Strategic Plan


Our Conflict of Interest Policy

Conflict of Interest Policy 

Financial History

Financials: 2019 Form 990

Financials: 2018 Form 990 

Financials: 2017 Form 990

Financials: 2016 Form 990