A second open house offers the public another chance to weigh in on the future of Bureau of Land Management land along the Snake River. The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department is interested in discussing and brainstorming how the 320 acres just north of Emily Stevens Park should be used, if and when they […]
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Included in this download: Parcel Letters, Map, Snake River Management Plan, Analysis, Appendixes Click Here to Download PDF Files
The Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Department has released a map of the Snake River corridor through Jackson, Wyo., highlighting the location of public lands and amenities along the river. The map is intended to be used on a smartphone, using the GPS on your phone to provide your location along the river. DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS STEP ONE, […]
The Snake River Fund’s naturalist guide is available for purchase through snake river fund or at bookstores around town. “A Naturalist’s Guide to the Snake River” is a small, 4.5″ x 7″ flip book (spiral-bound) on waterproof paper, 100 pages, written by Margaret Creel, published by the Snake River Fund, edited by White Willow Publishing, […]
Thanks to your generosity, the Snake River Fund continues to provide educational programming for kids and adults, advocates for sustainable public access to the river, and fights to protect our Wild and Scenic waters. We are grateful to have supporters like you making our work possible. As we close out the year and look toward […]
Thanks to your generosity, the Snake River Fund continues to provide educational programming for kids and adults, advocates for sustainable public access to the river, and fights to protect our waters.
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.
Snake River Fund and Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation are asking the public to participate in creating a community vision for these parcels.
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