September 2016

 
 
 
 

San Francisco

Reception

at the Presidio Observation Post


November 3, 2016

6:00 - 9:00 PM

 
 
 
 

Enjoy an evening of fine wine, fantastic food, and great company. 

 
 
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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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Henry’s Fork Watershed Council Field Tour 

 
 
 
 
The Henry’s Fork Watershed Council held its annual field tour on August 9. About 25 participants met in Ashton to begin the tour, but more people joined later in the day.

The tour started with a trip to one of Idaho Power’s remote cloud-seeding sites in Island Park, where meteorologist Derek Blestrud explained the science and goals of the cloud-seeding program. Full implementation of ground- and aircraft-based operations in the upper Snake River basin is expected to increase annual streamflow by 400,000 acre-feet. 

Continue reading HERE.
 
 
 
 
 

Island Park Reservoir Update

 
 
 
 
What flows can we expect out of Island Park Reservoir this fall and winter?

At last week’s Drought Management Planning meeting, stakeholders agreed to a reduction in flows out of Island Park Dam, with a goal of 60 cfs outflow by mid-October. These stakeholders include Fremont-Madison Irrigation District, the Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF), Bureau of Reclamation, Water District 01, Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative, North Fork Reservoir Company, Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG), the Nature Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, and representation from the outfitting community as well as HFF’s Board of Directors. This process began over the weekend with a reduction in outflow by 200 cfs, and additional reductions of approximately 50 cfs will occur each week after that.

Continue reading HERE.
 
 
 
 
 

New Investigation Focuses on Persistence of Turbidity

 
 
 
 
On Wednesday, September 7th HFF initiated an exciting addition to our water-sampling program designed to answer the following question: How far downstream of Island Park dam do high turbidity levels persist? These results will be important for predicting which reaches of the river will be most affected, and to what extent, during periods of high sediment delivery from Island Park reservoir.

Continue reading HERE.
 
 
      
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