November 2016


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Special 40% Off Sale on Patagonia Gear


Show your support for the Foundation and look good doing it!  Get your HFF gear today!

We are having a special 40% OFF sale on all Patagonia merchandise!

Visit our online store to take advantage of this sale!


What You Might Have Missed in HFF News

IP Reservoir Continues to Fill Rapidly

Precipitation Continues to Headline HF Water Situation

What Do Macroinvertebrates Tell Us About the Henry's Fork??

Wet Weather Continues

Hunter's Last Intern Blog

What's New With Planned Giving?


Easy ways to help before December 31st!  


Have You Read Our Blog?


We have a lot of exciting things happening at the Foundation that you want to know about!

Learn more about what we are doing, from field work to fundraising events, on our blog!  


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Shop and support HFF at the same time!


Giving Tuesday is Just a Few Weeks Away

HFF is excited to once again participate in the annual #GivingTuesday—a global day of giving—when nonprofits, families, businesses, and retailers come together to transform the way we think about the giving season.

HFF's generous board members have again agreed to match donations made on #GivingTuesday.  This means that you can double your gift on #GivingTuesday, November 29th.

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.
Click HERE to see what free gear you'll receive for making a donation!

What You Might Have Missed: Special Highlight

How the Western Water Wars May End 
Article in The Christian Science Monitor by Zack Colman

Over the past 100 years, this arid region of Central Washington has undergone a stunning transformation. Engineers and farmers have captured the annual mountain snowmelt and used it to change the sagebrush steppe into an agricultural Eden of tree fruits, mint, hay, and corn​.

Rows of green crops adorn a once-parched landscape. Reservoirs funnel water to farms and turn massive turbines that spirit electricity to far-off coastal cities. And Central Washington has become an apple basket for the world.

​Charlie de la Chapelle has lived the story of this water-borne agrarian bounty. His family has worked the land for four generations, and the square-jawed farmer has spent a successful career cultivating apples and pears.

But in recent years, his livelihood has been growing less reliable. First federal and state courts said farmers needed to leave more water in rivers for endangered fish to survive. Then changes in snowmelt worsened Mr. De la Chapelle’s situation. He’s noticed snowpack on nearby Mt. Adams getting lighter and his water allotment less predictable....Read more

Thank You for a Successful San Francisco Reception

The Henry’s Fork Foundation’s San Francisco was a great success! Thank you to our dedicated supportive members! Special thanks to Yvon Chouinard and Nelson Ishiyama as our keynote speakers and special guests Chris Korich and world casting champion, Maxine McCormick. We had a record turnout and a fun filled night full of great auction items and memories made visiting with friends to support a great cause. Thank you to our San Francisco planning committee for their hard work and dedication!

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