Contact CNR


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 Facilities

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
Lab for Ecological, Evolutionary and Conservation Genetics
The mission of LEECG is to use molecular methods to address research questions in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. LEECG researchers focus on the genetic analysis of a variety of plants and animals.
» Visit LEECG
Experimental Forest
Providing hands-on experience in research and learning opportunities.
» Experimental Forest
Fish Ecology Research Lab
The Fish Ecology Research Laboratory (FERL) is a research group composed of faculty, staff research scientists and graduate students within the University of Idaho dedicated to fostering an ecosystem approach to fish populations and aquatic systems research.
Forest and Rangeland Measurements Laboratory
The lab focuses on all aspects of environmental measurements from traditional forest inventory and biometrics approaches, to cutting-edge application of remote sensing and GIS science.
» Forest Rangeland Measurements Lab
Reveley Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics
Extending education using the computer-based technologies of geographic information systems, remote sensing techniques and global positioning tools.
» Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics
Idaho Stable Isotopes Laboratory
We provide stable isotopic analyses to departments and colleges at U Idaho for student and faculty research. Our applications range from tree physiology to nutritional food-web studies, while the biogeochemical possibilities are virtually endless.
» Stable Isotopes Lab
McCall Field Campus
Residential education and conference facility located on Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho
» McCall Field Campus
Taylor Wilderness Research Station
Providing outstanding access, facilities, and logistical support for research on natural environments and processes.
» Taylor Wilderness Research Station
Wilderness Research Center
The mission of the WPARC is to study the human dimensions of wilderness ecosystems. The WPARC conducts research and teaches courses on wilderness and protected area management, monitoring impacts, communicating with the public, and the nature of wilderness experiences.
» Research Center