Engagement & Outreach
Aquaculture Research Institute
This interdisciplinary approach to addressing the region's fisheries issues includes labs on the main UI campus as well as Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station in southern Idaho. Collaborative research with agencies and tribes provides management answers for fisheries around the region.
Aquaculture Research Institute website
Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research
Created to address reforestation and restoration questions, the teaching, research and outreach are aided by a large forest nursery and provide best practices and seedling product for industry and agencies worldwide.
Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research website
Center for Research on Invasive Species and Small Populations
This interdisciplinary research group addresses natural and agricultural resource problems, especially as they relate to small or declining populations of native flora and fauna and the spread of invasive species.
Intermountain Forestry Cooperative (IFC)
Defining Intermountain West forest site quality to develop and enhance site specific forest management.
Lab for Ecological, Evolutionary and Conservation Genetics
Using molecular methods to answer question in ecology, evolution and conservation biology, this lab group uses genetic analysis on a variety of plants and animals.
This living lab features more than 10,000 acres of actively managed forest land perfect for hands-on teaching, research and outreach.
University of Idaho Experimental Forest website
Have a problem with your tree or trees? Receive help in stewarding your forested property.
Extension Forestry website
Fish Ecology Research Lab
Composed of faculty, staff research scientists and graduate students, this lab is dedicated to the study of fish behavior and ecology in river systems of the Pacific Northwest, and focused on the sustainable management of native fish species.
Fish Ecology Research Lab (FERL) website
Fire Research and Management Exchange System (FRAMES)
Created by the University of Idaho in collaboration with the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station to provide an exchange of information and technology within the wildland fire research and management community, FRAMES includes Online Training and Certifications; the Idaho Fire Initiative for Research & Education (IFIRE); the Emissions & Smoke Portal; a Fire Videos & Webinars Archive; a searchable Online Database of wildland fire-related information; job listings; and more.
Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit
Working closely with state and federal partners, the research from this unit addresses management issues in fish and wildlife populations. Graduate students here benefit from unique relationships with agency leaders.
Idaho Co-Op website
Inland Empire Tree Improvement Cooperative
Regional reforestation challenges are met by this collaborative membership-driven group committed to applying crop breeding techniques for best outcomes.
University of Idaho Policy Analysis Group
PAG provides unbiased data and analysis to natural resource industries and the legislature.
Policy Analysis Group website
Reveley Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics
New technologies in remote sensing and geographic information systems bring practical training and research tools to students and faculty researchers in this cutting-edge lab.
Reveley Laboratory website
Taylor Wilderness Research Station
Providing outstanding access, facilities, and logistical support for research on natural environments and processes.
Taylor Wilderness Research Station website
University of Idaho Rangeland Center
An interdisciplinary team of researchers and educators from all over Idaho uses science to find long-term solutions for managing rangelands.
UI Rangeland Center website
Central American Youth Ambassador Program
CAYA is a collaborative partnership between the University of Idaho, the Center for Intercultural Education and Development (CIED) at Georgetown University and is funded by the U.S. Department of State. The program provides the opportunity to experience local culture, society, and education, and increase mutual understanding among peoples of the Americas.
McCall Outdoor Science School
A program of the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources. The School and its partners foster scientific literacy, enlightened leadership and open-minded dialogue through graduate and professional education, youth science programs, seminars, conferences, and leadership development initiatives.