In the category Private Property, the post on 9/9/13 titled Conservation Easements (CE) explains how they work and there is a map showing the Teton Regional Land Trust properties held in Idaho. There are other land trusts in Idaho.
The Wood River Land Trust has a map of the land they own through CE. If you click on the yellow bubble it will show a picture of the land. On the right side click on CE to show the land that has been taken and if you click on each identified area it will give an explanation about the land and in some cases whose land it originally belonged to.
Wood River Land Trust is a partner of The Nature Conservancy, a UN NGO.
Like other land trusts they are being used by a UN NGO to take more private property throughout America.
The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley also holds CE. They belong to the 1% Recipient Organization, 1% for The Planet which connects non-profits, one of which is the Nature Conservancy.
The Southern Idaho Land Trust (SILT) link to the map of CE doesn't work but it lists CE they own. They are a member of Land Trust Alliance. Here is a list of Land Trust Alliance Nonprofit Partner Memberships, several which are UN NGOs.
The Palouse Land Trust partners with the National Audubon Society, one of several UN NGOs. Here are some of their projects.
The National Conservation Easement Database gives the data on CE in Idaho. The Nature Conservancy involvement in Idaho.
In Idaho the statute states the "CE is unlimited in duration unless the instrument creating it otherwise", and there is also a statute that identifies who may bring action in a CE dispute.
None the less, it is still disturbing to know that land trusts in Idaho are working with organizations that belong to the UN. More information on land trusts and the CE they hold will be posted.