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.


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The Snake River is the primary artery of Jackson Hole, it keeps on giving life to our wonderful valley. We are grateful to be able to live and recreate in this incredible watershed.

Please consider supporting the Snake River Fund on this #GivingTuesday.

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Happy Thanksgiving Day, may you enjoy your day with friends, family and a bit of the great outdoors.

We are grateful for so many things. Thanks are given for the storms that recharge the Snake River with each flake or drop they provide.

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During this week of Thanksgiving, the Snake River Fund is thankful for Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation and its collaborative Snake River Days Summer Camp.

This camp would not be possible without the volunteers and support of Jackson Hole Fly Fishing School, Rendezvous River Sports/ Jackson Hole Kayak School, Mad River Boat Trips, Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures, Clay W. Moorhead, Bob Peters, Peter French, & Kyle Lash. See MoreSee Less

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Spencer MortonWe are thankful for all that the Snake River Fund does to conserve, educate and foster partnerships that help protect our communities most important resource. Gobble gobble from JHFFS:)

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During this week of Thanksgiving, the Snake River Fund is thankful for the volunteers and organizations that helped create three new access points to Flat Creek within the Town of Jackson.

These sites would not have been possible without the support of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Land Trust, Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation, Friends of Pathways – Youth Trail Crew, Jackson Hole Boy Scout Troops #67 & 268, Rainer McIntosh-Round, William Dennis. See MoreSee Less

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Abel GonzalesAWESOME!!

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