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Whitewater floaters increasing after recession-year lows
Posted on: November 25th, 2013
The number of visitors and residents enjoying float trips in the Snake River Canyon is back on an upward trajectory and has climbed out of low points reached during the Great Recession.
More than 85,500 people enjoyed float trips in the canyon during the 2013 season, according to Bridger-Teton National Forest statistics. … Read more
Flat Creek Trout Habitat Project Underway
Posted on: November 11th, 2013
A long-term project to improve native cutthroat trout habitat in Flat Creek within the National Elk Refuge is underway as of October 2013.
Called the Flat Creek Elk Refuge Enhancement Project, the program is a collaboration of a number of agencies, foundations and nonprofits, including the Snake River Fund.… Read more
River Management Planning Update, Fall 2013
Posted on: November 5th, 2013
A process to determine how to best manage stretches of the Snake River that fall within Teton County jurisdiction continues.
Teton County’s consultants, Confluence Research and Consulting, recently submitted a summary of potential management issues. The summary is based on discussions at the 2013 Summit on the Snake, existing agency and media documents, field work conducted in June 2013, and structured phone interviews with a number of river users, outfitters, guides, community environmental leaders and agency staff.… Read more