Do you own woodlands? Would you like to manage those woodlands with an eye for wildlife? The Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project is a cooperative effort between state and federal agencies and universities to provide information on fish and wildlife management to private woodland owners and managers.
Through National Woodlands, Northwest Woodlands (quarterly magazines), the quarterly IFOA Newsletter, and Association sponsored tours and workshops, IFOA can help you keep up with forest management techniques, forest property and estate taxes, and environmental and regulatory issues. Through interaction with other forest landowners, you can share problems, exchange ideas and work toward solutions.
A conservation district provides technical assistance and tools to help landowners manage and protect natural resources throughout the United States. Conservation districts work with landowners on a voluntary basis, which means they have no regulatory authority.
Idaho Forest Owners Association
Resources for Landowners
Using the Conservation Tax Incentive - a Land Trust Alliance publication
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If you love the land, there's a lot you can do. People who are connected to special places energize the land trust movement — be a part of it! Maybe you own land that you can protect. Maybe you can donate or volunteer. Or maybe your contribution is to spark new ideas, spread the word or inspire children to love nature, too.