You can leave your own legacy of conserved lands in Wallowa County forever when you include Wallowa Land Trust in your will. A charitable gift from your estate to Wallowa Land Trust will protect a treasure: working farms and ranchlands, forests and wetlands, rivers and streams, scenic vistas and sacred places.
Our opportunity to secure this beautiful, rural landscape is unprecedented. Your gift will inspire others to do the same. Together we can help ensure the integrity of the Wallowa Country for generations to come.
Including Wallowa Land Trust in your will or living trust is a great way to make a lasting contribution to the conservation of Wallowa County. If you've left the Trust in your will or living trust, please let us know so that we can thank you for your generosity during your lifetime. The Trust can also receive donation of bonds, stocks, mutual funds and charitable remainder trusts.
You can simply name Wallowa Land Trust as a direct beneficiary of specific assets, of a portion of your estate, or of your residual estate. Examples include naming the Trust the beneficiary of real property, a life insurance policy, financial accounts, or retirement plans such as an IRA, 401(k) or 403(b).
To identify Wallowa Land Trust in your will or estate plans, please use the following language:
Wallowa Land Trust, a nonprofit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Oregon, and with principal business address of 116 South River Street, Enterprise, Oregon 97828. The Trust's federal Tax Identification Number is 20-1037078.