Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are organisms that are not native and cause significant harm to an ecosystem when introduced. Harmful impacts can occur to municipal water supplies, recreation, agriculture, aquaculture, and other commercial activities. Aquatic invasive species including amphibians, crustaceans, fish, plants, and mollusks are currently present in Wyoming, most notably the New Zealand mudsnail […]
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Womentum announces Lexey Wauters as the recipient of the 2019 Shelley Simonton Memorial Award. The Shelley Simonton Memorial Award, which was established to honor the Womentum co-founder who succumbed to cancer in 2017 at the age of 49. “Shelly was a fantastic combination of community commitment and pure, unadulterated fun”, says Womentum Board member Caryn Flanagan. 014 […]
Map of the Snake River is available for purchase through snake river fund. This waterproof, tearproof map is a wonderful resource for navigating the Snake River and its public access points. It has tons of useful information about access, recreation, regulations, wildlife and history. Purchase your copy online by CLICKING HERE.
The Edmiston Spring Creek project is now officially complete, including three years of post project monitoring. This was a partnership project between Snake River Fund, Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited, Friends of Fish Creek, Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Teton Conservation District. Edmiston Spring is a small, spring-fed tributary to Fish Creek that flows through the town […]
Permits denied, more violations detected by county investigation; owner says club won’t fight decision. Teton County officials have ruled that areas of the Snake River bank altered by a neighboring golf resort must be restored. Since late summer the Snake River Sporting Club has been navigating “after-the-fact” permitting processes for building erosion and flood-control structures […]
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Across the nation, river enthusiasts, communities and government agencies are celebrating wild rivers with the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act on October 2, 2018. Congress passed this landmark legislation on Oct. 2, 1968, to preserve selected rivers with outstanding natural, cultural, and recreational values in a free-flowing condition […]
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