Volunteer for Idaho's Wildlife

Kirsten planting willows at Lawyer Creek. IDFG Photo by Mary Dudley
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IDFG Photo by Mary Dudley
Volunteers plant thousands of plants every year in Idaho to restore native habitat!


Why volunteer?

  • It's fun and satisfying.
  • Build friendships.
  • Take an active role in wildlife management.
  • Learn something new.
  • Gain new skills and experiences.

There are many "hands-on" ways that you can help:

  • Improve and restore habitat for fish and wildlife.
  • Assist biologists with surveys.
  • Teach fishing skills and hunter safety.
  • Help others discover the wonders of wildlife.
  • And much, much more!

Regional Volunteer Coordinator Contacts

Panhandle Region
  Pete Gardner: 208-769-1414

Clearwater Region
  Bill Seybold: 208-799-5010

Southwest Region
  Michael Young: 208-327-7095
   Fire Rehab - Fall Volunteer Schedule


Magic Valley Region
  TanaRae Alberti: 208-324-4359

Southeast Region
  Tessa Atwood: 208-232-4703

Upper Snake Region
  James Brower: 208-525-7290

Salmon Region


Other Opportunities