Idaho Environmental Health Association

A nonprofit professional and educational organization for individuals who work to
control environmental health hazards and promote healthful environmental conditions.


IEHA membership is open to all residents of Idaho showing minimum qualifications as established:

Active - licensed as an environmental health specialist and/or actively engages in environmental health activities.

Student - any full-time student working toward a degree in environmental health or related field.

Retired - may be conferred on any member who, because of age or disability, no longer wishes to maintain active status, provided they meet a minimum number of years of active membership.

Honorary - may be conferred on any person for distinguished achievement or services in the environmental health field.

Sustaining - any company, corporation, or association of such firms with a general interest in and desire to contribute to the success of IEHA and its objectives and purposes.

Dues are $25 per year for active members, $5 per year for student members, none for retired and honorary members, and $100 for sustaining members. Now you can join online using our member application page (preferred). To download a membership form to return by mail, click here.


We'll send you important announcements and also renewal reminders by email so be sure to let us know if you change your email address. First, log in with your user name and password from the website home page. Then select "View Profile" and once on that page, you'll see a button to renew your membership. You can also update your profile for the member directory and select your privacy settings from the same screen. DO NOT use the Join Here/Member Application page as that will start a second member record for you. Please renew your membership BEFORE registering the the Annual Education Conference.

National Environmental Health Association

NEHAlogo.jpgNEHA's mission is to advance the environmental health and protection professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all.

National Center for Environmental Health

cdc-logo.gifCDC's National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) plans, directs, and coordinates a national program to maintain and improve the health of the American people by promoting a healthy environment and by preventing premature death and avoidable illness and disability caused by non-infectious, non-occupational environmental and related factors.

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