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What we do

The University of Idaho Fort Hall Reservation Extension Program develops, implements and maintains innovative, research-based agricultural, youth and community programs that provide leadership and educational services to the Fort Hall community.

Programming covers the following areas: livestock and natural resource management, horticulture, farm business management, 4-H/youth and community development.

Programming in these areas sustains and improves current agricultural practices, introduces new agricultural technologies, works to improve the viability of Tribal farming and ranching, and improves overall quality of life through access to higher educational resources and opportunities.

The UI Fort Hall Reservation Extension Program is unique in that it is 100 percent competitively grant-funded through the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) under the Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program (FRTEP).


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4-H Youth Development

The UI Fort Hall Reservation Extension 4-H youth program offers afterschool and year-round 4-H programs in healthy activities, cooking, agriculture, macramé, leather craft and much more!

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Agriculture

Our agricultural programs focus on livestock production, farm and ranch management, and pesticide safety and education.

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Natural Resources

Our natural resource programs focus on range and poisonous plant management, noxious weed identification and control, and fire rehabilitation.

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Landscape and Garden

Our horticultural programs focus on home gardening, landscaping, and pest identification.