Our Mission

Innovative programs like the Upper Snake Collaborative Farms and Fish Program help HFF achieve its mission by working with farmers on a voluntary basis to conserve water, saving water in Island Park Reservoir and benefiting fisheries and the fishing experience.

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 its watershed.

Established in 1984, the Henry's Fork Foundation is a nonprofit based in eastern Idaho that 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 has completed or funded well over 100 research and monitoring projects, conducted numerous on-the-ground restoration projects, and worked to safeguard public river access. However, with issues like drought, a changing climate bringing more variable weather, and less reliable water resources year-after-year, we need to continue to push the envelope with new and innovative solutions to match the pace and scale of the challenges we face. Learn more about our programs here.

HFF aims to stay ahead of the curve so the fisheries of the Henry's Fork and South Fork endure for generations to come. The support of our dedicated HFF Community makes it all possible.

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Learn more about our work at henrysfork.org, by clicking on the links under the "Our Work" tab above, or by reading our most recent annual report.

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