High Desert Chapter

Thank you for your interest in Idaho Master Naturalist, High Desert Chapter, Pocatello. We look forward to meeting you.
The High Desert Chapter exists to provide a community for volunteer nature enthusiasts throughout southeast Idaho. Our focus is to better understand and preserve the natural wonders that abound in our region.
The High Desert Chapter of the Idaho Master Naturalist Program is sponsored by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game with local partners that support our chapter. Local partners include: Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust, City of Pocatello, USFS, BLM, and Zoo Idaho. Several of our education presenters are researchers at Idaho State University and from the Idaho Museum of Natural History.
Important details for prospective members who will be new in 2022
• Using a computer and having an email is essential for this program. Most communications are sent through email.
• For certification in the program, prospective new members must attend and log 40 hours of education by December 31, 2022. Classes are provided by the IMN HD chapter.
• Classes may be held on-line (most likely due to COVID), in person, or a combination of both formats.
• Tentative beginning date for classes is early 2022. {specific date to be announced} Classes will be held on Thursday evenings.
• For certification in the program, new prospective members must donate and log 40 hours of volunteer service toward conservation by December 31, 2022.
• Individual members must log training and volunteer hours on the IMNP website to provide information for program managers. Instructions for logging hours will be provided.
• First year cost of participation is $80, due on or before the second education class.
CLICK HERE to provide contact information that we can use to send chapter details to you. Providing contact information does not obligate you in any way. Your contact information will not be shared outside the IMN organization.
If you have questions, please call Paul Allen, chair. 208-241-5265






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