The Henry's Fork Foundation is the only organization
whose sole purpose is to conserve, protect, and restore the unique fisheries, wildlife, and aesthetic qualities of the Henry's Fork and
Established in 1984, the Henry's Fork Foundation (HFF) uses a science-based, collaborative approach to promote favorable streamflow, good water quality, healthy fish populations, and a positive fishing experience in the Henry’s Fork and South Fork Snake River watersheds.
HFF's work with partners has measurably reduced the negative effects of drought and changing climate through improved fishery health and fishing conditions.
Higher winter flows (improving trout populations by almost 1,000 trout in Box Canyon)
Lower summer flows (for lower turbidity and water temperatures, and improved fishing conditions)
Conservation of an unprecedented amount of water (25,000 acre-feet, or enough water to fill 30 Houston Astrodomes or 10,000 Olympic swimming pools)
The support of the dedicated HFF Community makes it all possible. Learn more about our programs here.
How can you get involved?