We help people fall in love with the wild by offering outdoor education and citizen science programs.
Winter can start to feel pretty long in a classroom. Between the cold temperatures, inclimate weather, and short days, it can be pretty difficult to find time to go enjoy the great outdoors. Enter the Winter Tracks program.
These volunteers hit the trails to make sure hikers know they need to keep their distance from the wildlife. It’s a great reason to get out for a hike while performing an important conservation service. Learn more.
Anyone who owns a yard or swims a lake knows how quickly a weed infestation can ruin a good thing. The same is true for our wild backyard.
Whitebark pine is one of the iconic tree species of the Northwest. Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness has teamed up with the U.S. Forest Service to restore these trees in the upper Scotchman Peaks region.
From 2010-2014, Friends of Scotchman Peaks volunteers worked with Idaho Fish and Game to study winter carnivores, specifically wolverines.