PLT is thrilled to announce a fun community shindig that celebrates the many ways nature and art come together. Rooted in PLT’s core mission to conserve the scenic, agricultural, recreational, historic, and wildlife character of the region, this event promises to inspire and connect attendees of all ages.

Guided by the belief that the rural landscapes of West Central Idaho should be conserved for the betterment of present and future generations, PLT has curated an exceptional experience that captures the essence of their mission. The event serves as a testament to PLT’s commitment to fostering a community ethic that values and preserves the area’s working agricultural properties and timberlands in balance with thoughtful developments.

Date: September 16, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: Glass House, 1410 Mill Road, McCall, Idaho
Free Event Open to the Public


Nature’s Canvas: A Fusion of Art and Landscape
Witness the magic that unfolds when art meets nature at the heart of the celebration. The event will feature a captivating display of artwork for sale by five Idaho artists who draw inspiration from the region’s landscapes. Attendees will have the opportunity to browse the visual artwork that resonates with the very essence of West Central Idaho.

Words and the World Around Us: Poetry Readings
Join us as acclaimed poet CMarie Fuhrman reads from “Writing the Land” a collaboration between Poets and Protected Lands at 12:30pm and 1:30pm. Dive into the intricate connection between nature and culture through her evocative poetry and storytelling.

Mark your calendars and join us on September 16th for an enriching experience combining the beauty and spirit of land conservation with the creativity of art. 

By attending and purchasing art, you’re not only indulging your senses but also playing a crucial role in protecting our natural landscapes. With 50% of the proceeds earmarked for the Payette Land Trust, your support will directly contribute to PLT’s work in conserving our precious lands.

Meet the PLT Shindig Artists > > >