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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Fish Creek Watershed Panel Discussion

June 28, 2016, 6:00pm

Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center

The Snake River Fund will be hosting a moderated panel discussion regarding the Fish Creek watershed.

Panelists from Wyoming Game & Fish Department, Teton Conservation District, Aspens-Pines Water &…

12 hours ago

Join us next Tuesday, June 28, at 6PM for another FREE Summit on the Snake Series regarding the Fish Creek Watershed!

This panel discussion will dive into the biology and current status of Fish Creek. Panelists from Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Teton Conservation District, Friends of Fish Creek and others will be on hand at Old Wilson Schoolhouse Community Center to discuss the current and future management of Fish Creek. See you there! See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Snake River Fund shared Wyoming Weed & Pest Council’s photo.

ALERT, ALERT, ALERT!!!! Another close call for Greater Yellowstone waters! This time it was a driftboat carrying mussels.

It is the responsibility of all of us, wade and float fisherman, pleasure boaters, whitewater rafters and kayakers to DRAIN, CLEAN, DRY our boats and recreation equipment. Thank you Idaho State Department of Agriculture for keeping our waters pristine! Your efforts are appreciated!

Henry’s Fork Foundation
Friends of the Teton River
Wyoming Trout Unlimited
Jackson Hole Trout Unlimited
Wyoming Game and Fish Department See MoreSee Less

ALERT! A drift boat was intercepted with mussels at the Hwy 20 watercraft inspection station last Friday (6/17) by inspectors in Fremont County, Idaho. It was coming from the Muskegon River in MI and…

4 days ago

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