Learn to manage, preserve and restore the natural environments on Earth in a program that prepares you for a career in natural resources. Study biology and ecology as well as the social sciences and address the environmental, social and political problems that threaten animals, plants and ecosystems.
Students gain specific knowledge in a faculty-mentored senior thesis capstone, as well as opportunities to participate in faculty research or internships.
- Ecology & Conservation Biology Club
- CNR Living, Learning Community (College of Natural Resources residence hall)
- Society for Range Management
- University of Idaho Sustainability Center
- Society of American Foresters
- American Fisheries Society
- Environmental Science Club
- The Wildlife Society
Internships at the Taylor Wilderness Research Station are available to qualified students. Other internships and scholarships are all available to Ecology & Conservation Biology students through the Department of Fish & Wildlife Sciences.