Projects and Research

A Western Ridge Mussel

We use science and innovative technology to drive our management and conservation of terrestrial and aquatic resources. And we work collaboratively with partners to effectively meet today’s complex conservation challenges.  Working with others is at the core of how we operate, and through those partnerships, we develop a number of conservation projects across the the State of Idaho, from conserving whitebark pine on the tops of the highest mountains, to working to improve stream health for aquatic invertebrates. Learn more about some of the key efforts we have underway.

Some of our program or project focal areas can be viewed at these links:

Environmental Quality in Idaho

Invasive Species Management in Idaho

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program in Idaho

 Invasive Species 

Invasive species (also known as nonnative species, introduced, species, and noxious weeds) hinder the ability of the Fish and Wildlife Service to attain our agency’s mission to conserve, enhance, and restore fish, wildlife, and plants for the continuing benefit of the American people in Idaho and also nationally.  Our goal is to work with others to...