Discover Idaho Falls: Environmental/Conservation

Published online: Jun 08, 2020 Articles, Discover Idaho Falls, Discover Idaho Falls: Parks and Recreation
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Going green by recycling and avoiding plastic bags like the plague aren’t the only ways to preserve eastern Idaho land and water. Learn new skill sets by joining one of many conservation-related groups focusing on education, surveying and wildlife management.                 

Eastern Idaho Environmental Education Association

Eastern Idaho Environmental Education Association (EIEEA) is a nonprofit organization of professionals from government and private industries who promote environmental stewardship and resource conservation in eastern Idaho.

www.eieea.org

Snake River Audubon Society of Eastern Idaho

The Snake River Audubon Society is a chapter of the National Audubon Society and serves members in the Upper Snake River Valley of eastern Idaho. Monthly meetings are held at the Idaho Falls Public Library on the third Thursday of the month at 7:15 p.m. from September through April.

www.snakeriveraudubon.org

Upper SnakeRiver Master Naturalist

The Idaho Master Naturalist Program works to well-informed volunteers to contribute to the stewardship of Idaho’s land. Master Naturalists assist wildlife biologists with raptor monitoring, fisheries management, habitat restoration, migratory bird surveys, educational programs at wildlife management areas and much more.

www.idfg.idaho.gov /// Facebook: Upper Snake Chapter, Idaho Master Naturalists

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