Idaho Wildlife Summit
This is a daily event, running from August 24, 2012 through August 26, 2012. Clearwater Region, Lewiston 799-5010 email@example.com Website
Idaho Fish and Game will be hosting a statewide Idaho Wildlife Summit on August 24, 25 and 26.
The Summit will convene at the Riverside Hotel in Boise and six concurrent satellite sites in Coeur d'Alene, Lewiston, Salmon, Twin Falls, Pocatello and Idaho Falls. People also may participate online.
The purpose of the event is to involve as many people as possible in helping to set the direction for how wildlife is managed in Idaho, to find common ground, and ultimately to build a broader base of support for wildlife conservation.
This Summit will emphasize the historic conservation role of hunting, fishing and trapping in Idaho and how those activities helped bring many of our iconic big game species back from the brink. The Summit will frame the challenges we face as Idahoans if we are to keep our hunting and fishing heritage and support for wildlife conservation alive for our children and grandchildren, who are becoming more disconnected from nature with each passing year.
Participation is free, but registration is required because of limited seating. To register online or find more detailed information on this summit go to http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/summit/. Find a location in the green box on the lower left side of the webpage. Or call the nearest Fish and Game office for help or information.
Headquarters, Boise - 208-334-3700
Southwest Region, Nampa and McCall - 208-456-8456 or 634-8137
Panhandle Region, Coeur d'Alene - 208-769-1414
Clearwater Region, Lewiston - 208-799-5010
Magic Valley Region, Jerome, Twin Falls - 208-324-4359
Southeast Region, Pocatello - 208-232-4703
Upper Snake Region, Idaho Falls - 208-525-7290
Salmon Region, Salmon - 208-756-2271
We all have a shared responsibility in protecting and managing Idaho's wildlife. After all, diverse and abundant wildlife makes Idaho...Idaho. Do your part and sign-up today! Your participation in this event will help Idaho Fish and Game better manage for the future.