Tickets on sale for DamNation screening on June 13!

Tickets are on sale now for DamNation in Jackson Hole for one night only. (Tickets are expected to sell out.)

This powerful, award-winning, film odyssey explores the transformation from a national attitude that once viewed big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers.

DamNation’s majestic cinematography and unexpected discoveries not only move through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, but also through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ...

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Seeking river cleanup volunteers

Do your part to spiff up the community and keep the river clean. 

The valley’s spring clean-up day is Saturday, May 10. If you haven’t participated before, you have missed out on one of the best ways to enjoy a small community and make a tangible difference for our environment.

River enthusiasts, river outfitters and the Snake River Fund team up to clean riverbanks and river ramps. Meanwhile, Rotary Club of Jackson Hole coordinates other groups and individuals to clean roadways and provide a post-cleanup ...

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Summit Speakers Series kicks off May 14

Summit on the Snake Speaker Series kicks off on Wednesday, May 14. 

Teton County Library’s Mountain Story Festival pairs up with the Snake River Fund’s Summit on the Snake Speaker Series to present a special luncheon presentation by author Jonathan Waterman, “Running Dry: The Future of Rivers,” from noon to 2 p.m. on May 14 at the library’s Ordway Auditorium.

The event is free with a light lunch served. Waterman, a journalist, filmmaker and adventurer, will also present an evening Mountain Story Festival program, “Evolution ...

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River plan comments due April 30; Snake River Fund weighs in

County officials and river plan consultants are still taking public input on the draft Snake River Management Plan for Teton County. Deadline for this round of comments is Wednesday, April 30. Please weigh in today!

Comment by filling out the online comment form available here:

… or by sending written comments to:
Email -
Mail - Teton Board of County Commissioners
P.O. Box 3594
Jackson, WY 83001

After careful consideration of questions raised in the draft plan, ...

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Snake River facilities to open April 15

As 2014’s epic ski season drifts to an end, the Jackson Hole community is turning to other favorite recreational pursuits, including fishing and padding.

In preparation for this annual shift in recreational focus, the Snake River Fund has announced that facilities at the Wilson Bridge river access will reopen for the season on April 15. This includes two public bathrooms, trash and recycling receptacles.

Wilson beach and river users are requested to continue to pack out their trash and recycling until the ...

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Draft Snake River Management Plan released

What kind of place will the Snake River in Jackson Hole be in years to come? The answer to that question is up to the community, and this is the time to discuss it.

Will the Snake River be a Disneyland for boaters, a winding corridor of nature and solitude, or something inbetween? Are there limits to crowds on the river? How should commercial businesses that use the river be regulated? Should private boaters be managed or pay fees to use facilities?

A ...

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