February 2018


Upcoming Events


Salt Lake 

The Garden Place at Heritage Park
Salt Lake City, UT
March 2, 2018
6:00 - 9:00 PM
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Boise Reception

Stueckle Sky Center
Boise, ID
April 6, 2018
6:00 - 9:00 PM
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Henry's Fork Days XXXIV

Fisherman's Access
Last Chance, ID
June 14 & 16, 2018

What You Might Have Missed in HFF News

HFF's Top 10 in 2017

Science & Technology Program Meets New Challenges

Water Supply Outlook Improves

2018 Intern Opportunities

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

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What is the Status of Our Public Access? 


Want to get a jump start on planning your next trip to the Henry's Fork? Check out our Henry's Fork angler access site catalogs -- including Fall River access sites! 

Washington and Lee University intern, Sam Cochran spent part of his summer creating a comprehensive Access Site Catalog of the Henry’s Fork. Sam visited 48 sites, from Henry’s Lake to the confluence with the South Fork of the Teton River, taking photos and compiling notes on access site conditions, status, and use.

View the catalog HERE.

What You Might Have Missed: Special Highlight

Commentary: A new way of doing business on water

By Scott Yates for the Salt Lake Tribune
Photo credit Salt Lake Tribute
"The goal of the pilot program was to answer this question: Would ranchers and farmers, landowners and other water users in the Upper Colorado Basin be willing to be paid for voluntary, temporary reductions in water use — and, by doing so, help shore up water supplies in Lakes Powell and Mead while providing side benefits like increased flows for fisheries?".....
HFF is currently working with Trout Unlimited, Friends of the Teton River, and The Nature Conservancy on a similar water marketing approach in the Upper Snake River Basin.

Read the full article HERE for an example of how this approach is already working elsewhere in the West. 

Salt Lake Reception Less Than A Month Away

The Henry’s Fork Foundation is holding its annual Salt Lake reception at the Garden Place at Heritage Park on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM with special guest speaker Charle Lansche.

Charlie is the owner of C.M. Lansche Images and produces fine art of western landscape and wildlife photography. Charlie’s award winning images have been published in numerous national magazines and adorn the walls of hundreds of private collectors, corporate headquarters, and professional offices.

Charlie recently moved his life and the headquarters for C.M. Lansche Images from the mountains of Utah to his home state of Idaho.

Enjoy a wonderful evening with fine wine, silent auction, gourmet dinner, an incredible speaker and a live auction.

We look forward to spending the evening with you and your fellow HFF members!

For additional information call us at 208-652-3567 or email kristen@henrysfork.org.

Stay in the Know - 

Upcoming Public Meetings


Tuesday, February 13th, 8AM - 12 PM

Henry's Fork Watershed Council Meeting 

Ashton Community Center, Ashton, ID

Watershed Meeting Agenda:


Email jamie@henrysfork.org to receive future meeting announcements.

Click HERE for more information about the HFWC.


Tuesday, February 20th, 7 - 9 PM

Fisheries (IDFG) Open House 

HFF Office, Ashton, ID

Come chat with your regional fisheries staff! Several events around the state are scheduled to share ideas and hear your thoughts about fishing in Idaho.

Let your voice be heard for the upcoming Fisheries management plan, seasons and rules booklets, and the upcoming Chinook seasons.

This event is free. All interested parties are welcome.

Learn more or if you can’t make the meetings, let IDFG know that you’re interested online HERE.

Click HERE for more info about the meeting.