Conservation Voters for Idaho Education Fund

As the state conservation voter league, Conservation Voters for Idaho Education Fund provides information to voters and tools for civic engagement, holds candidates and elected officials accountable on conservation issues, and builds relationships with decisionmakers.

Conservation Voters for Idaho Education Fund has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2008.

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Photo courtesy of Conservation Voters for Idaho.

Photo courtesy of Conservation Voters for Idaho.

Conservation Voters for Idaho Education Fund Grant history

2016

$100,000 - A two-year grant to sustain the group’s efforts to protect Idaho’s environment and quality of life by moving voters and engaging decision-makers on sustainable environmental policy. Conservation policy

2016

$10,000 - For staff training to increase skills in management and leadership development. Conservation capacity

2014

$80,000 - A two-year grant to sustain the group's efforts to protect Idaho's environment and quality of life by moving voters and engaging policy-makers on sustainable environmental policy. Conservation policy

2014

$2,500 - To fund leadership training for staff. Opportunity fund

2013

$35,000 - To support a civic engagement program promoting Idaho conservation issues at the state and local level. Conservation policy

2013

$3,000 - To send CVIEF's new executive director to the Evans School of Public Policy's Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute. Opportunity fund

2010

$28,000 - To support a civic engagement program promoting conservation issues at the state and local level. Conservation policy

2009

$30,000 - To support a civic engagement program promoting conservation issues at the state and local level. Conservation policy

2008

$25,000 - To support a civic engagement program promoting conservation issues at the state and local level. Conservation policy