Idaho Master Forest Stewards
The Idaho Master Forest Stewards (IMFS) program is a certified volunteer program and peer to peer learning community that provides educational assistance help forest owners and others learn more about Idaho forestry.
IMFS training includes 70+ hours of indoor and outdoor learning activities.
After completing training, Idaho Master Forest Stewards undertake a variety of volunteer activities, much like Idaho Master Gardeners and 4-H Leaders. Examples include:
- Outreach to individual forest owners
- Helping with UI Extension forestry workshops and field days
- Helping forest owner associations
- Teaching youth about forests
- Forest-related community service projects
- Writing newsletters or newspaper articles on forestry
- Working with UI Extension and partner agencies to guide efforts for forest owners
IMFS Spring Gathering
- Friday, May 17, 2019
IMFS Fall Gathering