Established in 1984, the Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF) is a nonprofit based in eastern Idaho that uses a science-based, collaborative approach to promote favorable streamflow, good water quality, healthy fish populations, and a positive fishing experience in the Henry’s Fork and South Fork Snake River watersheds.
HFF has completed or funded over 100 research and monitoring projects and has a suite of programs that range from youth education to graduate student research, and cover topics from socioeconomics to hydrology, aquatic ecology, and fisheries biology.
With issues like drought, a changing climate bringing more variable weather, and less reliable water resources year-after-year, HFF is pushing the envelope with innovative solutions to match the pace and scale of these challenges. New programs like the South Fork Initiative and Upper Snake Collaborative Farms and Fish Program are expanding the geographic impact of HFF’s science-based collaborative approach. Through these programs, HFF is working with local and national conservation organizations as well as local farmers, to find win-win solutions in water conservation.
This work is made possible thanks to a dedicated community of anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and folks who love the rivers of Eastern Idaho. Learn more and support HFF’s work by attending the Henry’s Fork Days and South Fork Initiative Livestream and Auction. The Event will be held virtually on Saturday, June 19th beginning at 6:00 PM (MDT). The online auction opens on June 12th. Register and find more information at www.henrysfork.org.