The Snake River Fund joins Jackson-Teton County Parks and Recreation in hosting an open house to help plan the future of BLM parcels along the Snake.
The open house is from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, at the 4-H building, 255 W. Deloney Ave. Parks and Rec will present results of its user survey, along with maps and projected timelines for improving the Wilson and South Park access points.
Members of the Parks and Rec board will be on hand to answer questions and take public input. Representatives from the Snake River Fund, WyDOT, Wyoming Game and Fish, Bridger-Teton National Forest and outfitters also will participate.
The Fund has been working on behalf of river users since 2000 to coordinate the transfer of nearly 1,000 acres along the Snake. The transfer will ensure those lands stay in public hands and continue to provide public access. Teton County is slated to take ownership of the BLM parcels at Wilson and South Park.
(Photo by David Stubbs)