November 2017


Upcoming Events


November 28, 2017
San Francisco Reception was a Great Success
The Henry’s Fork Foundation’s San Francisco was a great success!

Special thanks to our keynote speaker Tom Dixon and our San Francisco committee for their hard work and dedication to this event. 

We appreciate everyone who attended and all those who donate and show their support to the  Foundation.

Moving Water Legends Poster Available


Support the Henry's Fork Foundation and Friends of Harriman with your purchase of Dave Hall's 2015 Legends poster!

Signed by Mike Lawson, Steve Schmidt, Rene Harrop, and Craig Matthews!

Purchase Poster

What You Might Have Missed in HFF News

Grad Student Studies IP Reservoir

Improvement in Upper Watershed Baseflows

IP Reservoir Nearing April 1 Mean

HFF Continues Riparian Fencing Program

HFF Receives Regional Recognition Award

Get Your HFF Gear Today!


Show your support for the Foundation and look good doing it!


What's New With Planned Giving?


Cross Estate Planning Off Your To-Do List


Join the Henry's Fork Community on Social Media


There are a lot of exciting things happening in Henry's Fork country that you want to know about!

Learn more about what's going on, from field work to fundraising events, by following HFF on social media!  


Shop Amazon and Give Back to HFF 


When you shop at, Amazon donates back to us.  

Shop and support HFF at the same time!


Giving Tuesday is Only 3 Weeks Away! 

HFF is excited to once again participate in this day of giving!

Celebrate this day dedicated to giving by donating to your favorite non-profit organization on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

We invite you to show your commitment to the Henry’s Fork with a year-end gift that will kick-start the upcoming year of protecting the wild trout of the Henry’s Fork!

Check out the incredible gifts you'll receive by making a donation of $50 or more HERE!


HFF Community Campus: Before and After 


The Henry’s Fork Foundation officially moved its offices into the new HFF Community Campus in August, but this community project has been more than three years in the making! Renovating the old Ashton Hospital building was always going to be a big project, but the Ashton and Henry’s Fork communities have been so incredibly supportive as we’ve moved from initial planning, assessment, cleaning and abatement, and finally construction to restore this Main Street landmark. 

Great progress has been made, but we still need your help to finish the Interpretive Center, state-of-the-art laboratory, and intern/graduate student dormitory. Please consider this project as part of your year-end giving.

View the ”Before and After” photo tour HERE.


What You Might Have Missed: Special Highlight

Ag, Economy to be Emphasized in Idaho Climate Conference - John O'Connell, Capital Press

"Idaho’s agricultural and business leaders will offer their insight about climate change and how to cope with it during a conference scheduled for Nov. 16 and 17 at the state’s three public universities.

Safeguarding Idaho’s Economy in a Changing Climate — Our Water, Our Land, Our Health, Our Future will feature speakers at Boise State University, whose presentations will be streamed live at the University of Idaho in Moscow and Idaho State University in Pocatello. Break-out sessions for participants — including one on management of agriculture and rangeland in a changing climate — will be hosted during both afternoons at all three venues."

Read more HERE.

Henry's Fork Watershed Council to Host Idaho Climate Summit in Ashton

The Henry's Fork Foundation Community Campus is now one of the remote locations for the state-wide Idaho Climate Summit. The summit will take place November 16-17 and will also serve as the Henry's Fork Watershed Council's annual Watershed Conference.

To learn more about the summit or to register, click HERE

HFF Receives Regional Recognition Award


HFF has been awarded a Regional Recognition Award from the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) for our support of conservation projects in Harriman State Park. John Sullivan, Park Manager, presented Brandon Hoffner with this award at the October Henry’s Fork Watershed Council meeting citing HFF’s partnership on a variety of projects, including river bank restoration projects, water quality monitoring, a Rainbow Trout habitat use study, creel censuses, and angler satisfaction surveys.

When presenting the award John Sullivan said, “The Henry’s Fork Foundation has consistently, and for many years, been an invaluable partner to Harriman State Park. The foundation has provided much needed technical and research support, insight into water rights issues and been an incredible facilitator to help market and promote the park, and its world renowned river section (“The Ranch”).”

We are proud to be a partner on so many wonderful projects in Harriman State Park and are honored to receive the award!