Conservation the Idaho Way
Idaho is endowed with a magnificent blend of diverse natural landscapes –- rivers, lakes, mountains, forests and desert canyons -- combined with rich and fertile agricultural lands well suited for growing a wide variety of crops and raising livestock.
People who work in Idaho agriculture have deep roots in the land. They know that caring for the land will reap benefits for future generations.
"Conservation the Idaho Way" reflects the conviction that the very best way to care for and enhance the soil, water, air, plants and wildlife is through voluntary, locally led projects.
Our philosophy is to use the state’s natural resources to benefit Idaho people while maintaining and improving those resources for future generations.
ALERT! Click here to read about efforts to help Idaho ranchers, landowners, and citizens affected by the recent wildfires, 8/14/2015