University of Idaho Extension, Nez Perce Reservation helps citizens through research-based, locally relevant information and programs.
Programs are focused on empowering reservation youth and families through horsemanship, gardening and community development. UI Extension, Nez Perce Reservation is funded by NIFA and is made possible by a partnership with the Nez Perce Tribe who provides office space and other support. This is a Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program.
Clients learn through hands-on classes, workshops, trainings, office visits, phone calls and online resources.
About Nez Perce Indian Reservation
The Nez Perce Indian Reservation was established in 1863 and is comprised of 770,453 acres in the northern Idaho panhandle region, and spans four counties. Approximately 385,227 acres are considered cropland, 261,954 acres are used for grazing and 100,159 acres are forest lands.
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