The Snake River Fund's mission is to promote stewardship of and recreational access to the Snake River watershed in Wyoming, with an emphasis on partnerships, education and public outreach.


The Snake is among a tiny fraction of U.S. rivers special enough for Wild & Scenic protection. We work to maintain this national treasure and tributaries for future generations.

Public Access

From our River Ambassador program to helping public agencies fund needed boat ramp repairs and special training, we strive for well-managed public access.


Our popular educational programs allow young students, river guides and the general public to learn about riparian ecology and the magic of Jackson Hole’s lifeblood.


The Fund has a unique ability to leverage even small contributions for great impact. Our secret is strong partnerships and a solution-oriented approach.


Latest News

The very latest…

Snake River Fund updated their cover photo. See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, Teton County Weed and Pest District for all you do to keep our community pristine. See MoreSee Less

The Teton County Weed & Pest District’s Snake River Project helps keep invasive weeds from getting established in the Snake River corridor in western Wyoming…

1 week ago

Teton County Weed and Pest District shared Wyoming Weed & Pest Council’s post.

Check out this awesome video of work being done on the Snake River! Snake River Fund #PlayCleanGo See MoreSee Less

Some great work happening on the Snake River in Teton County
#PlayCleanGo #Wyoming
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Teton County Weed and Pest District

1 week ago

Snake River Fund added 8 new photos — with Jared Baecker.

The Snake River Fund in partnership with Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Friends of Pathways, Jackson Hole Land Trust, Town of Jackson, Boy Scout Troop #67 and Eagle Scout candidate William Dennis constructed a access path today to Flat Creek. The new pathway is located at the intersection of Snow King Avenue and Wildlife Drive. A favorite spot for floaters and dog walkers.

The new path improves user access and eliminates two social trails. Together we are finding solutions to public river access and better stewardship of our prized waterways.

Remember to recreate safely, respect private property and leave the area better than you find it. See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Clay W. Moorhead and 3 others like this

Mike WelchWell done Len Carlman and Jared Baecker with Snake River Fund – great project with all of those partners! Hope, Teton Conservation District, Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited, Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation like it too!

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