River Menders Volunteer Projects 2015

Project: NATIVE RIPARIAN HABITAT RESTORATION

What: Plant native shrubs and trees in an ongoing effort to restore native riparian habitats.

Where: Little Salmon River & tributaries.

When: April 18 & 25; May 2, 9 & 16; June 6 & 13, 2015.

Logistics: Tools, transportation provided: plan on 12 hour days.

# People: Ten to fifteen each day.

To volunteer, see the Volunteer Opportunities page.

To donate tax-deductible funds or provide materials, equipment or supplies, please contact Michael Young:

Contact: (208) 327-7095

Volunteer Coordinator: Michael Young

See other volunteer opportunities at:
Idaho Fish & Game - Volunteer Program (web site)

Volunteer >> Partners

Partners

River Menders' diverse partners volunteer, provide materials, equipment, food and accommodations and contribute funds. We welcome you to take part and join in on the fun and excitement of doing good work!

Schools

Borah High School, Boise
Capital High School, Boise
Boise School District
Meadows Valley Schools, New Meadows
University of Idaho McCall Outdoor Science School
Boise State University
College of Idaho

Conservation Groups

Trout Unlimited
Idaho Conservation League

Government Agencies

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Restoration Center
Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Payette National Forest
Boise National Forest
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Idaho Soil Conservation Commission
Adams Soil and Water Conservation District

Non-Profit Organizations

Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Whittenberger Foundation
Bogus Basin Foundation – Nordic Group

Private

Individuals and families
Landowners, ranchers and farmers
Circle C Homeowners Association

Private landowners and ranchers partner with the IDFG and volunteers to help heal the land. Private landowners and ranchers partner with the IDFG and volunteers to help heal the land.

Michael Young, Idaho Department of Fish and Game Project Leader. Michael Young, Idaho Department of Fish and Game Project Leader.