Contact CNR

Moscow

College of Natural Resources
phone: (208) 885-8981
toll free: 88-88-UIDAHO
fax: (208) 885-5534

875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Research Programs

Aquaculture Research Institute
Promoting and coordinating aquaculture research activities at the university and throughout the state and region.
» Aquaculture Research Institute
Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research
The Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research facility, in operation since 1909, is a seedling operation that grows more than 60 species of trees and shrubs for reforestation, windbreaks, wildlife habitat and restoration, and Christmas tree production. The nursery and the corresponding programs provide research findings, teaching opportunities, and quality seedlings for use and study by the Palouse community.
» Center Forest Nursery and Seedling Research
Center for Research on Invasive Species & Small Populations
If you’re interested in studying the threats posed by invasive species to natural and agricultural resources and exploring conservation challenges confronting small or declining populations of native species Check out the center!
» CRISSP
Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit
The Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit works closely with state and federal cooperators to conduct research that supports management of fish and wildlife populations in Idaho and throughout North America.
» Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit
Inland Empire Tree Improvement Cooperative (IETIC)
Using classical plant breeding techniques to improve native species.
» Inland Empire Tree Improvement Cooperative
Inland-Northwest Forest Products Research Consortium
The Consortium, through a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional approach investigates forest products and utilization problems important to the Inland Northwest.
» Forest Products Research Consortium
Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative (IFTNC)
Defining Intermountain West forest site quality to develop and enhance site specific forest management.
» Intermountain Forest Tree Nutrition Cooperative
McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS)
Using the outdoors as an interactive tool for learning about science, place and community
» McCall Outdoor Science School
National Gap Analysis Program
Developing data and tools to support the science behind common species analysis.
» National Gap Analysis Program
Park Studies Unit - National Park Visitor Services Project
Conducts surveys to learn more about park visitors in affiliation with units of the National Park System.
» Park Studies Unit
Policy Analysis Group
Providing objective analysis of the impacts of natural resource proposals
» Policy Analysis Group
Rangeland Center
The UI Rangeland Center will build on existing partnerships and create opportunities for new collaborations to advance the study and management of rangelands in Idaho and the region.
» UI Rangeland Center
Reveley Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics
The Thomas L. and E. Teita Reveley Geospatial Education and Research Complex and Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics is actively involved in teaching, research and community outreach using the computer-based technologies of geographic information systems, remote sensing techniques and global positioning tools.
» Learn more
Waters of the West
An interdisciplinary team approach to managing today's water resources, Waters of the West offers research programs and a graduate program.
» Waters of the West
College of Natural Resource Wildland Fire
For more than 30 years, the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho has been a leader in wildland fire education and research. We encourage an interdisciplinary approach to solving real world problems in our teaching, research and outreach.
» Wildland Fire
Wildland Hydrology & Watershed Management
Studies in wildland hydrology and watershed management at the University of Idaho are primarily focused on hydrologic processes and the impact of natural and human-induced landcover changes on the mass and energy fluxes occurring in wildland systems.
» Wildland Hydrology & Watershed Management