Entries by Snake River Fund

Bridger-Teton National Forest Seeking Public Input on Rivers

The Bridger-Teton National Forest is known for having numerous rivers and creeks that provide clean, cold water for a wide array of recreational, ecological, agriculture, and community benefits. With water such an important resource, the Bridger-Teton is beginning the process to study rivers located on the Forest to determine which are free-flowing and possess at […]

It’s On Us! Join the Fight Against Aquatic Invasive Species!

Snake River Fund launches It’s On Us! Join the Fight Against Aquatic Invasive Species video to aid in the prevention of aquatic invasive species in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with the help of Patagonia and Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee. This video reflects Snake River Fund’s leading efforts to protect the region from aquatic invasive species. […]

Swiftwater Rescue Training

Course Dates: JUNE  8-9 or JULY 8-9 Price: $150.00 (REGULARLY $250) | Limited to 10 participants per course | First Come, First Served Call Jared at (307) 734-6773 for discount code CLICK TO REGISTER FOR JUNE 8-9 FULL – Contact Jared to join waitlist. CLICK TO REGISTER FOR JULY 8-9

2019 Wild Rivers Film Tour in Jackson, Wyoming

Join the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, American Rivers and Snake River Fund as we host the fourth annual Wild Rivers Film Tour. As the region’s rivers begin to thaw out from record-setting cold temperatures this winter, river lovers can add a little stoke to spring’s warmth with an inspiring collection of films presented in the 2019 […]

Celebrate S. 47, the “John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act”

Today, President Donald Trump signed a massive package of public lands legislation made up of more than 100 individual bills that were introduced by 50 senators and several U.S. House members. Formerly known as the Natural Resources Management Act, the bipartisan bill, S. 47, was renamed the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation […]