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Volunteer Program

Friday, August 22, 2014 

Get Involved . . . Learn . . . Give Back . . .
VOLUNTEER TODAY!

Volunteers for Idaho Fish & Game annually donate more than 60,000 hours of service. Their skills, devotion, and willingness to help where needed, provide enormous support to our agency.

There are many "hands-on" ways that you can help:
  • Improve and restore habitat for fish and wildlife.
  • Assist biologists with surveys.
  • Teach fishing skills and hunter safety.
  • Help others discover the wonders of wildlife.
  • And much, much more!
Why volunteer?
  • It's fun and satisfying.
  • Build friendships.
  • Take an active role in wildlife management.
  • Learn something new.
  • Gain new skills and experiences.

planting sagebrush with Dad
Father-daughter time...

Help Idaho's Wildlife
Contact a volunteer coordinator in a region near you today. Please see the list below.

Volunteers planting willows.
Volunteers plant thousands of plants every year in Idaho
to restore native habitat!
Volunteer Contacts / Regional Locations / Other Opportunities

Panhandle Region Volunteer Coordinator:
Pete Gardner: 208-769-1414


Clearwater Region Volunteer Coordinator:
Bill Seybold: 208-799-5010


Southwest Region Volunteer Coordinator:
Michael Young: 208-327-7095


Magic Valley Region Volunteer Coordinator:
Clayton Nielson: 208-324-4359


Southeast Region Volunteer Coordinator:
Tessa Atwood: 208-232-4703


Upper Snake Region Volunteer Coordinator:
James Brower: 208-525-7290


Salmon Region - 208-756-2271
Last Updated: May 14, 2014 
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