“Everything in nature invites us constantly to be what we are. We are often like rivers: careless and forceful, timid and dangerous, lucid and muddied, eddying, gleaming, still.” Gretel Ehrlich, The Solace of Open Spaces Standing on the divide between Big Twin Creek and Jack Creek in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, my colleague and I […]
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Summer in the Bridger-Teton National Forest is a feast for the senses. Screeching hawks and the occasional whine from the wings of a curious mosquito punctuate the murmur of falling waters. Larkspur, geranium, and paintbrush spring from the ashes of fire scars. Strokes of color on a canvas of carbon black. I feel the hair […]
The Snake River Fund works year-round to balance stewardship of and public access to our rivers. We are grateful to have supporters like you, trusting us to be the voice for the river. The Snake River Fund runs year round to support access, stewardship, education and partnerships. Never do the opportunities to cherish, protect and […]
Join the Snake River Fund for a family friendly, free clinic to learn about river safety. Come learn how to properly use a lifejacket and a throw bag as well as experience what it’s like to be under a capsized raft and practice righting a capsized raft. Event to take place in the calm waters […]
In this day and age, it is easy to pass over the link between art and conservation. But it’s hard to say what the wild lands of the West would be today without art. Artists like Charles Russell, Carl Rungius, William Henry Jackson, Thomas Moran and countless others championed the conservation of these lands’ decades […]
As the rivers rise and we hurdle toward a summer of uncertainty, we here at the Snake River Fund have been brainstorming ways we can benefit the community. Traditionally, we’d be organizing Summit on The Snake around this time as an opportunity to better equip our river and fishing guides for a summer on the […]
Released by Wyoming Game and Fish on May 8, 2020 – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is planning to treat Game Creek south of Jackson to restore native Snake River cutthroat trout. Game Creek is a small tributary to Flat Creek and used to be a thriving spawning stream for Snake River Cutthroat Trout. […]
THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT!! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list. Happening June 26 & 27, 2020 and hosted by by Snake River Fund, Jackson Hole Babe Force, Artemis Sportswomen, and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. Who: Women (18 y.o. +), 20 participants allowed on a first come, first served basis, […]
Snake River Fund wants to remind everyone to practice social distancing at the boat ramps and public access sites. Please be mindful and give other people space when enjoying the outdoors! Everyone is encouraged to enjoy time outdoors for both physical and mental well-being. However, it’s critical you take appropriate safety measures and follow social […]
NOTE FROM THE FUND While uncertain times surround us and we are all adjusting to the new normal, it is our hope, just like the seasons, that things will change for us all soon. Here, at the Snake River Fund, we want you to know that we are continuing on, promoting safe and responsible recreation […]
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