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Wildlife in the Boise Foothills: Managing Growth, Development, & Recreation

  • 28 Jun 2022
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Stonehouse, 709 E Park, Boise, ID


  • Lunch registration is closed at this time, but you can still Sit-in!

Registration is closed

You are welcome to join us as early as 11:30am and stay as late as 1:30pm to visit and network.

Lunch will begin at 11:45am, and the presentation will start at Noon.

The Foothills open space is a prime example of opportunities for recreationists, landowners, planners, and resource agencies to collectively understand the value of wildlife habitat and collaborate to conserve it; a nonrenewable resource where fragmentation is habitat loss.

It's also home to one of Idaho's largest mule deer populations.

With suburban and exurban development and high-density recreation booming, the wildlife habitat is an important matter for folks and community planners to understand when making choices for development, landscaping, and recreation.

Presentation by:


Regional Wildlife Manager

Idaho Fish and Game, Southwest Region

Join us to listen to Brad discuss this important wildlife habitat, the conflicts, and potential solutions to conserve this valuable resource while addressing growth, development, and recreation.

**Lunch Registration must be made and paid for by Tuesday, June 21st. Payment for lunch will not be accepted after June 21st; no onsite payment for lunch will be accepted. 

**Sit-in Registration is welcome onsite.

Idaho Environmental Forum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 

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Idaho Environmental Forum

P.O. Box 1683

Boise, ID 83701

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