April 2018


Upcoming Events


Science and Technology Raffle

Drawing will be Monday, April 16
Get your tickets in today! 
Get Your Tickets
Idaho Gives 2018

May 3, 2018
Support HFF on Idaho's Day of Giving! 
Henry's Fork Days XXXIV

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

What You Might Have Missed in HFF News

February Ends Cold and Water Supply Improves

Henry's Fork Dodges Rain Snow Bullet

Preparing for Spring

South Fork Flows Update

Expect Increases in Outflow at Island Park Dam

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! 


Get Your HFF  Gear Today!


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

Visit our online store to secure your HFF gear today!


What's New With Planned Giving?


Tax Reform and Charitable Giving


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!  


Shop Amazon and Give Back to HFF 


When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates back to us.  

Shop and support HFF at the same time!


Summertime Water Supply Predicted to be Above Average 


Over the last eight weeks, wet weather has increased snow-water-equivalent in the Henry’s Fork watershed to 112% of average. Equally importantly, an extended period of average to below-average temperatures has kept most of that snow on the ground into the second week of April. Based on streamflow during the winter and on April-1 snow conditions, we predict that April-September streamflow in the Henry’s Fork will be 108% of average.

Reservoirs have been close to full all winter and will fill easily this spring with snowmelt. All in all, indicators of water supply are favorable heading into the spring.

For details, click HERE to read Rob’s blog.

What You Might Have Missed: Special Highlight

HFF and Friends of the Teton River hire a new Landowner Outreach Coordinator
In February of this year, the Henry's Fork Foundation (HFF) and Friends of the Teton River (FTR) jointly advertised a Landowner Outreach Coordinator position that will work at the intersection of agriculture and watershed health. That position has been filled and we're happy to announce that Bryce Contor began work as the Landowner Outreach Coordinator with HFF and FTR on April 1st. 

Bryce has 15 years of experience in irrigated agriculture and 20 years of experience in hydrology. He holds an M.S. degree in hydrology from the University of Idaho and a B.S. degree in agricultural economics from Brigham Young University. Bryce's hydrologic specialties include groundwater and surface-water interactions and MODFLOW aquifer modeling, water-budget analysis, pipeline and open-channel flow measurement, and statistics; and his economics specialties include water banking and economic demand for irrigation water. 

Bryce comes to HFF and FTR from his position as Senior Hydrologist at Rocky Mountain Environmental Associates, Inc. and will continue to be an active participant in the Henry's Fork Watershed Council.

Thank You for a Fantastic Boise Reception

Thank you for making our Boise event a success! It was a wonderful evening with friends coming together to support a great cause.

Thank you to our Boise co- chairs, Jerry Nielsen and Paul Schmidt, and planning committee for making the event happen. Special thanks to our speaker, Tom Dixon.

With record attendance, an energetic live auction, and more, it was definitely an evening to remember.

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

Henry's Fork Days XXXIV


It's Almost Time....Register Today!

Register Now

Stay in the Know - 

Upcoming Public Events


10th Annual Chica de Mayo 2018