Idaho Natural Resource Foundation
Working to Preserve Idaho's Wild Places
Idaho Natural Resource Foundation
Our Story
The Idaho Natural Resource Foundation was founded by indivudials who live and work in Idaho's backcountry. For us Idaho's wild lands are not just a place to recreate and escape the buzz of city life, they are scantuaries where people can slow down from the rush of life, reconnect with the present moment and enjoy one of the greatest gifts from our forefathers...land that belongs to all of us as Americans. 

The INRF was created with the mission of conserving our wild land, rivers, and wildlife for future generations to experience and enjoy.   

We are active stewards of Idaho’s natural resources, ensuring that future generations will enjoy these wild gifts as we do today. We promote the public's understanding of people’s need for open spaces, vibrant rivers, and wild creatures. This understanding is used to secure sustainable means for people to interact with wild Idaho.
  
  
Our Vaules
How we aim to help the Idaho we know and love
Local Action on Ground Level
Engage grassroots citizen action in support of the conservation of Idaho’s wild places by creating opportunities to interact with Idaho’s natural resources
  
Interdisciplinary Management
Be the vehicle for all stakeholders of wild Idaho to come together and identify the best practices for sustainably managing Idaho’s natural resources for all to enjoy.
Engage Future Generations
Motivate our youth through wilderness experiences to develop leadership, character, and a love for active outdoor lifestyles.
Upcoming Events
Come Out and See Us 

March 3-6 at Expo Idaho in Boise

Wolf Howling Contest

10th Annual Idaho State Championship
Elk Calling Contest 
Saturday March 5, 7:30pm 

Support INRF
Donate to Future Conservation of Idaho's Backcountry
By clicking the Donate button, you can make a secure online donation to INRF via Paypal – you do NOT need a PayPal account to donate!
Any contribution, large or small, assists INRF in their conservation work in Idaho.
Thank you very much for your help
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The INRF is also eager to collaborate with other organizations on conservation-related issues. Please contact us if you feel our organizations can benefit from each other on such matters.