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.

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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

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Snake River Fund added 2 new photos.

Last week was a bit drier than the last few. The dry spell looks to be short lived as the Pineapple Express is returning to Wyoming. We dipped a little in the Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) this week and are holding at 150% of average. Looks like the fish will have plenty of water this summer. See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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Do you know where this site is? It is your public land. This is BLM parcel 26 along the Snake River at the Hwy 89 bridge crossing from South Park to Hog Island.

This site is slated to be a staging ground for the reconstruction of South Hwy 89 Project. But, after construction there is the opportunity to make this a community asset.

Jackson Hole River Park Project is hosting an informational session about site development opportunities. Public park, whitewater play wave, native vegetation and so.

Tuesday, February 21, Spark, 145 East Broadway, 6-8pm.
Rendezvous River Sports/ Jackson Hole Kayak School
Jackson Hole Kayak Club Jackson Hole River Park Reception and Project Update See MoreSee Less

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Snake River Fund added 2 new photos.

Last week, (February 6-10, 2017) was an epic week in western Wyoming. The region received unprecedented amounts of moisture. For most areas and elevations it was in the form of rain, leading to power outages, localized flooding, road closures, and avalanches. The Snow Water Equivalent for the Upper Snake River Basin is now 153% of average. Yowza! See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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