Idaho Environmental Education AssociationThe Idaho Environmental Education Association was founded as the Idaho Society for Energy andEnvironmental Education in 1982 in Caldwell, Idaho, by members of the Intermountain EnvironmentalEducation Training Team. The name was changed in July 1997 to better reflect the goals and purpose ofthe organization. As an affiliate of the North American Association for Environmental Education, IEEAis dedicated to furthering the goals of environmental education at all levels of education throughout Idaho.
Idaho Rivers UnitedFor all who love the freedom, adventure and solitude of Idaho's wild rivers, Idaho Rivers United vigorously defends the priceless heritage of our rivers and fish.
McCloskey@Boise State UniversityProfessor, Biology Department at Boise State University. Scholarship Chairperson for : Idaho Environmental Education Association Idaho Soil ConservationCommissionThe Idaho Soil Conservation Commission was created in 1939 from Idaho legislation originated to deal with the soil erosion crisis of the Dust Bowl. Today the Commission’s purpose is to provide support and service to Idaho’s 51 Soil Conservation districts for the wise use and enhancement of soil, water and related resources.
Division of Environmental QualityAn overview of this Idaho State Agency: planning, organization, job opportunities and more.
Bureau of Land ManagementWhat is our vision? Public participation in BLM Environmental Education Programs will lead to healthier and more productive ecosystems and to better educated citizens willing to assist the BLM in solving and preventing complex environmental problems on public lands.
Politically Active Environmental OrganizationsA thourough listing of key major and grassroots organizations responsible for major contributions to assisting the betterment of the environment in Idaho.
Friends of Lime CreekFriends of Lime Creek first came together in the 1980s, when theNational Forest Service considered building roads into the 120,000-acre Soldier Mountains roadless areanamed for its largest tributary. Since then, friends of Lime Creek have been working to protect theheadwaters of Lime Creek and other Boise River tributaries in the Soldier Mountains from activities thatwould jeopardize the area's superb fish, wildlife and primitive recreational values.
The Henry's Fork FoundationThe mission of the Henry's Fork Foundation is to understand, restore and protect the unique fishery, wildlife andaesthetic qualities of the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. This will be accomplished by exemplifying integrity,inclusiveness and mutual respect in our work, thereby encouraging all users of the Henry’s Fork watershed to beactively engaged in its protection.
Audubon in the state of IdahoA listing of Audobun web sites for Idaho.
EPA Office of WaterInformation available from the U.S. EPA Office of Water about this state. The Cove/Mallard CoalitionThe US Forest Service plans to rip the heart out of the 76,000 acres of crucial biological corridor in the Cove/Mallard area. By punching in 145 miles of new roads and hauling out 16,000 truckloads of timber (82 million board feet), they will decimate this vital ecosystem. This taxpayer rip off calls for over 200 clearcuts of publicly owned national forest.
Idaho Environmental Education AssociationThe Idaho Environmental Education Association was founded as the Idaho Society for Energy andEnvironmental Education in 1982 in Caldwell, Idaho, by members of the Intermountain EnvironmentalEducation Training Team. The name was changed in July 1997 to better reflect the goals and purpose ofthe organization. As an affiliate of the North American Association for Environmental Education, IdEEAis dedicated to furthering the goals of environmental education at all levels of education throughout Idaho.
Idaho Watersheds ProjectIdaho Watersheds Project, Inc. was founded in September of 1993 for the purpose of protecting Idaho school endowment lands, and all other public lands that lie on Idaho watersheds which have been degraded by livestock abuse; to improve returns to the School Endowment Fund; and to raise public consciousness regarding the importance of our shared public lands and waters as well as the animals and plants which depend on them.
The Peregrine FundThe Peregrine Fund developed naturally from the shared concern of students and associates that the Peregrine Falcon might go extinct in the wild if nothing was done.
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge Prairie Learning CenterOur mission is to increase public awareness and appreciation of the Refuge, to encourage public participation in prairie restoration and preservation, to promote public use and enjoyment of the Refuge.