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Please check UI Extension, Bonner County’s Facebook page for the most up-to-date information while this website is under construction.


What we do

UI Extension, Bonner County, in cooperation with Bonner County and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is dedicated to improving the lives of Bonner County residents by providing research-based information and educational opportunities.

4-H Youth Development

4-H prepares young people ages 5 to 18 to step up to the challenges in their community and the world. 4-Hers get the hands-on, real-world experiences they need to become leaders.

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Commercial Horticulture

UI Extension, Bonner County works with nursery and Christmas tree growers, landscapers, garden centers and groundskeepers to improve their businesses through workshops, research and publications.

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Small Acreage Farms

UI Extension, Bonner County works with small acreage producers to support small acreage food production through workshops, one-on-one consultations and publications.

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Bonner County Gardening

UI Extension, Bonner County helps home gardeners improve their gardening techniques through workshops, educational materials and diagnostic services.

Idaho Master Gardener Program
Idaho Master Gardener Program

Master Gardeners expand their knowledge and skills in home horticulture and serve their communities as trained volunteers.

Eat Smart Idaho
Eat Smart Idaho

Ways to plan, shop, and cook to produce tasty, healthy, low-cost meals and stretch food stamp dollars.

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Panhandle Area Forestry

The Idaho Extension Forestry website is part of a multi-faceted program that is designed to increase the knowledge base that Idaho’s citizens use to plan and implement natural resource management activities, plans, rules, and laws. We hope you enjoy browsing the site and invite you to come back often.

Idaho Master Forest Steward
Idaho Master Forest Stewards

Volunteers trained as Idaho Master Forest Stewards provide educational assistance to Idaho’s forest owners.


Volunteers trained as IDAH2O Master Water Stewards educate the public about local water issues, conduct water quality monitoring and promote stewardship of their local waterways.