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    Songs from the Land is a collaborative project that celebrates musicians with a local connection to evoke emotion, engage local communities and encourage support for land conservation in eastern Idaho.

    The album, Songs from the Land, will be used to raise awareness for the Teton Regional Land Trust’s mission: to conserve agricultural and natural lands and to encourage land stewardship in the Upper Snake River Watershed for the benefit of today’s communities and as a legacy for future generations.

    All proceeds from this project will benefit Teton Regional Land Trust’s operations in land conservation.INL-Centered_Blue

    Thank you to the Idaho National Laboratory for a generous donation in support of this project.

    Portions of this project were made possible through generous donations made in Jim Sailer’s memory.

    Jims-fishJim was an avid outdoorsman with great love for wildlife and wild places.  He graduated from the University of Montana as a Wildlife Biologist and spent much of his time then supporting wildlife research on grizzly bears and raptors, keeping several raptors as pets.  After a short period working in Maine as an environmental engineer, the West drew him and his family back to the area he loved.  He floated, fished, hunted, camped, climbed, biked, ran and skied in the Eastern Idaho Region and often commented on how lucky we were to live in such a remarkable place.  Jim supported several efforts to protect the natural resources in eastern Idaho including the Teton Regional Land Trust where he had been a member for a number of years.  His radiant smile and companionship will be missed by all that knew him.HenhouseLogo

    A special thank you goes to Ben Winship of the Henhouse Recording Studio for his assistance compiling this CD.

    For more information and to purchase a cd, contact Emily Nichols, 208-354-8939 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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