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…

It’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities 2016 season!

The Snake River Fund is proud of our community and our commitment to do better for our waterways, fisheries, and recreational opportunities.

Please support the Snake River Fund through Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities. See MoreSee Less

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Calling Volunteers!

Friday, August 19th & Saturday, August 20th – Rainer McIntosh-Round will be leading an Eagle Scout (Jackson Troop #268) project. The project will improve access to Flat Creek (Karns Meadow) from West Hansen Street in the Town of Jackson.

Please join this community improvement project. Wear closed toe shoes, bring work gloves, eye protection and a willingness to get dirty.

When: August 19 & 20: 10AM
What: Flat Creek Access Site Improvement
Why: Eagle Scout project and community improvement

Drinks and snacks provided to the worker bees.
Many hands will make light work.

This project is supported by Snake River Fund, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Land Trust, Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation and Town of Jackson. See MoreSee Less

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The Pritchard Ramp keeps getting better. The latest improvement is this picnic table donated by Mike Brin and Sally Brin.

As part of their marriage, they donated this handsome wheelchair accessible picnic table to the Snake River user community. Happy picnicing and pretrip briefings!

Sally and Mike, thank you from all of the Snake River users, present and future! See MoreSee Less

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