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Ecology and Conservation Biology program 
phone: (208) 885-6434
College of Natural Resources
University of Idaho
P.O. Box 441136
Moscow, ID 83844-1136

Student Groups & Organizations

Our students are actively involved in a number of student groups, clubs and activities. Because of our program’s multi-discipline framework, students get involved in collaborating natural resource student organizations which participate in community service projects and networking events. A few examples include the Society of American Foresters, the Student Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, the Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society, and the Environmental Science Club which is actively involved in the University’s Sustainability Center and many more.

The CNR House

Experience a Living Learning Community devoted to College of Natural Resources students. Live, study and experience college with fellow students who share a passion for the world around them. Enjoy amenities not found in your typical dorm room. Stay connected, and never miss out on an opportunity to make this YOUR University of Idaho.

» CNR House

Ecology and Conservation Biology Club

In addition, about one-quarter of ecology and conservation biology students are also involved in the Ecology and Conservation Biology Club. This dedicated group coordinates community service projects, supports guest speakers, and orchestrates service learning opportunities that tackle local ecological and conservation issues.

» ECB Club

Range Club

The Range Club is a student section of the Society for Range Management (SRM), a professional international society dedicated to rangeland stewardship. The award-winning University of Idaho chapter will give you an opportunity to enjoy fun events like dutch-oven cookouts, highway cleanups and the annual Barn Dance. Members also have the unique opportunity to fly into the center of the Frank Church Wilderness to winterize Taylor Wilderness Research Station. Club members participate in workshops, seminars and field days that provide professional development and networking opportunities with professionals in the rangeland field.

» Range Club

Student Organization of People and the Environment

Student Organization of People and the Environment (S.O.P.E.) is a club committed to the open discussion of local and global environmental and natural resource issues, bringing people and solutions together for healthy communities and enduring ecosystems.