The Idaho Environmental Forum is an informal, nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational association whose sole mission is to promote serious, cordial, and productive discourse on a broad range of environmental policies affecting Idaho. We take no positions, advocate no causes, and endorse no candidates. Our goal is simply to provide a forum for dialog from a range of perspectives.

MEMBERSHIP

We count over 1,600 members from throughout the Treasure Valley and across the State. Our members include managers, consultants, professionals, educators, advocates, planners, communicators, policy makers, and decision makers. They come from the private sector, all branches of the government, public policy groups, educational institutions, and the media. Their diverse perspectives and backgrounds contribute to a set of ongoing policy discussions that advance the goal of a better understanding of environmental issues.

CONTACT US

Membership is free and open to the public. Click Here for membership info. If you would like to be removed from the IEF mailing list, or if you would like to add a name or update your address information, drop us an email by clicking the "Email Us" button. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Feel free to contact IEF's Administrator, Association Management Solutions. AMS may be reached at (208) 321-2389 or by email at ief@idahoenvironmentalforum.org. For more information on becoming an IEF Sponsor, please click "Sponsors".

IEF is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible.

 


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