HENRY'S FORK

WATERSHED COUNCIL

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Co-facilitated by the Henry’s Fork Foundation and Fremont-Madison Irrigation District, the Henry’s Fork Watershed Council (HFWC) promotes respect and cooperation among state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, water users, private landowners, businesses, and other watershed stakeholders.

 

Chartered in 1994 by the Idaho Legislature after the Henry’s Fork Basin Plan was passed in 1993, the Henry's Fork Watershed Council is a grassroots, community forum that uses a non-adversarial, consensus-based approach to problem solving and conflict resolution among citizens, scientists and agencies with varied perspectives. The Council is taking the initiative to better appreciate the complex watershed relationships in the Henry's Fork Basin, to restore and enhance watershed resources where needed, and to maintain a sustainable watershed resource base for future generations. 

 

To receive notifications about future meetings, email council@henrysfork.org.

Henry's Fork Watershed Council Meeting

Notes and Presentations

 

2021 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2020 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2019 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2018 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2017 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2016 Meeting Notes and Presentations

2015 Meeting Notes and Presentations

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