Use the buttons below to fill out a volunteer application and to view current/upcoming volunteer opportunities.



Microsoft Imagine Students

What is Microsoft Imagine Academy?

Microsoft Imagine Academy offers Idaho residents free access to Microsoft's online e-Learning program for technology training. Training is offered for a number of Microsoft products including Word, Excel, and Access as well as advanced topics such as programming and database development. 

How do I get started?

When you're ready to start an E-Learning program, you'll need to have a Microsoft account. Hotmail, Outlook, or Xbox account will work.
If you don't already have one, clickhere to create one. You may use a current email address,  or create a new Microsoft email account.  

Once you have your Microsoft account, you'll be able to sign in as a first time user by clicking here.
(If enrollment code line is not filled in, please email us for further instruction.)

Returning Users

Once you've signed in for the first time, you can access the site by clicking here. Log in with your Microsoft account.

Learning Plans

Below are some learning plans that we set up for your convenience. Once you are logged into the Imagine Academy site, you will have access to all of the different courses.

Getting Started with Windows 8
Getting Started with Windows 10
Microsoft Office 2010 Suite for Beginners
Microsoft Office 2013 Essentials
Microsoft Office 2016 Getting Started

Access all available courses here.


A seed library is a collection of seeds that are available for lending just like a book or a movie. Our goal is to offer non-Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) and open-pollinated seeds for free exchange. We will be offering a variety of classes and programs to introduce organic gardening, seed collection, and gardening sustainability. East Bonner County is located in Zones 5 - 6, and we’d love to have seeds that will grow here!

There is a seed library at both the Clark Fork Library and the Sandpoint Library, although the Sandpoint Seed Library will be closed until Spring 2018 when the expansion is complete. Please continue to donate seeds for the Spring 2018 gardening season.


  1. Check out seeds for the seed library collection.
  2. Plant seeds.
  3. Grow plants
  4. Harvest Sees.
  5. Return seeds to the seed library collection.

Seed donations are always welcome. All seeds must be open-pollinated &/or heirloom, organic and locally harvested.


Community volunteers are in charge of organization and maintenance.  If you wish to volunteer your time to present a program or help maintain the seed libraries, please fill out a volunteer application.
For more information about donations or seed checkout, pleasecontact us.


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