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An Innovative Community Vision for an Historic Carpenter Shop

A new meeting space is bringing people into the historic SITPA site and immersing them in McCall’s history.


The Idaho Heritage Trust preserves Idaho’s rich cultural history by providing grants and technical assistance to preservationists in every nook and cranny of the Gem State. Our grassroots efforts on behalf of all Idahoans honor the legacy of our ancestors, enrich our present, and ensure our collective heritage will be enjoyed for generations to come.

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Heritage Highlights

Idaho Heritage Trust Board Member Luke Waldron Honored as 2021 Esto Perpetua Awardee by Idaho State Historical Society

Boise, Idaho Luke Waldron of Malad City was named one of 2021’s awardees for the prestigious Esto Perpetua award from the Idaho State Historical Society. He and his fellow winners …

Ribbon Cut on Restored Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association Carpenter Shop, Begins New Life as Meeting Space and Venue

McCall, Idaho The fully restored and rehabilitated Carpenter Shop on the historic Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA) Site just outside of downtown McCall is now open to the public …

Shining a Light on an Extraordinary Woman: Marjorie Hyde and the Spalding Presbyterian Church

Marjory Hyde (Marge), the newest member of the Nez Perce Circle of Elders, left Lapwai and her fond memories of the Spalding Church to pursue a long career as a …

Just Homestead Idaho Heritage Trust

Lessons from Long Ago: Emma Just and Staying Sane at the Edge of the World

The Just Homestead stands as a physical representation of a life’s work. Several lives, in fact, as Emma, Nels, and their children painstakingly built not just a house but a …

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