March 2018


Upcoming Events


Boise Reception

Stueckle Sky Center

Albertson's Stadium Boise, Idaho


April 6, 2018

6:00 - 9:00 PM


Science and Technology Raffle


Drawing: Monday, April 16, 2018


Henry's Fork Days XXXIV

Fisherman's Access Last Chance, Idaho


June 14 & 16, 2018


What You Might Have Missed in HFF News


A Warm Winter 

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Long-time Water Council Participant Passes Away



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What's New With Planned Giving?


The Best Charitable Gifts to Make in 2018

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Cold, Wet Weather Greatly Improves Water Supply

The second half of February and first week of March brought much colder-than-average temperatures and heavy precipitation to eastern Idaho, improving the Henry’s Fork snowpack to 106% of average water equivalent.

Below-average temperatures are expected to continue, keeping snow from melting early. Add above-average reservoir content and winter streamflow, and the 2018 water-supply outlook is very good.

See Rob’s latest blog for more details.

What You Might Have Missed - Special Highlight

Thank you to the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust for their generous support of fantastic projects and programs across the West. We are incredibly grateful for their support of the Henry's Fork Foundation Community Campus.

View the video Working for the Common Good: The Promise of the Nonprofit Sector – A Year in the Life of the Murdock Trust HERE.

Annual Boise Reception Only One Month Away

The Henry’s Fork Foundation is holding its annual Boise reception at the Stueckle Sky Center at Albertson's Stadium on Friday, April 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM with special guest speaker Thomas Dixon.

Thomas Dixon is the grandson to E. Roland and Gladys Harriman, who donated to the state of Idaho what is now known as Harriman State Park or the Railroad Ranch. The Park is considered the crown jewel of the Idaho state park system, and the Henry’s Fork is known as the best dry fly fishery in the United States.

We look forward to hearing Tom speak firsthand about fishing Harriman State Park and the history that it such a special place holds as well as a wonderful evening with fine wine, silent auction, gourmet dinner and a live auction.

For additional information call us at 208-652-3567 or email

Science and Technology Raffle: Have You Gotten Your Tickets?


Help HFF raise money to increase our scientific and technological capacity to inform real-time, science-based management of the Henry’s Fork and its wild trout fisheries.

You can support this work and have a chance to win one of five prizes, including a week of guided fishing on the Henry's Fork, by contributing to the raffle and sponsoring our Water-Quality Monitoring Automation program.


Thank You For A Successful Salt Lake Reception


Our Salt Lake event was a great success! It was a wonderful evening with friends coming together to support a great cause.

Thank you to our Salt Lake chair, Pete Taylor and planning committee for making the event happen. The room was filled with just a little over 250 in attendance. A special thanks to keynote speaker, Charlie Lansche who touched the audience with his special Henry’s Fork experiences.

Our work would not be possible without the generosity and support of our members. Thank you for another amazing year!