Working Together


Lowman RD - Red Mountain Trail


Working Together Managing Resources


Managing a national forest as large and diverse as the Boise National Forest requires the efforts of not only dedicated employees, but a great many partners and volunteers who contribute greatly to the successful management of forest resources.


Our partners help maintain recreation sites and trails, reduce hazardous fuels, restore watersheds, monitor wildlife populations, improve wildlife and fisheries habitat, inventory and monitor archeological and historic sites, provide input to proposed management activities, conduct conservation education programs, and respond to emergency incidents.


Our partners include a number of federal and state agencies, tribes, county government, conservation organizations, universities, public entities and private citizens. Their assistance is provided through a number of avenues including various grants, partnerships, and volunteer efforts.


The Boise National Forest Partnership with Trout Unlimited. 


This video is based on a 3D Google Earth tour showing several years of restoration work by Trout Unlimited, Boise National Forest and many partners and volunteers.  The restoration was accomplished on abandoned mine lands in the headwaters of the Boise River Watershed in Idaho. 
The video and Google Earth projects were produced by Pam Harrington, Trout Unlimited, and Katy Flanagan and Gary O. Grimm, Mountain Visions.