In September, American Fisheries Society published a Symposium including a chapter highlighting the collaborative and innovative approach to water management in the Upper Snake River by Friends of the Teton River, Henry’s Fork Foundation, and Trout Unlimited.
FTR continues to work with the community to stabilize and reconstruct a critically damaged stream channel and flood plain on Teton Creek. Although millions of dollars have been expended, and risk of loss has decreased, a great deal of additional work remains to be done. Success will only come as a result of numerous stakeholders working together to solve this challenging issue.
Teton Creek Farm is an incredible opportunity to own a turn key farm in Teton Valley, Idaho. A short 5-minute drive from downtown Driggs, this property boasts spectacular Teton and Big Hole views, productive farm ground with water rights and irrigation infrastructure. Teton Creek Farm consists of 105 acres of irrigate farmland.
Teton County and Idaho Department of Fish and Game are currently redeveloping the Teton River public access on Bates Road. This property was acquired with the goal of preserving public river access and improving public safety. Teton County is working in partnership with Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG), Idaho Parks and Recreation (IDPR), local nonprofits and business partners to accomplish these goals.
Friends of the Teton River would like to thank all Teton Valley residents who participated in the household hazardous waste collection event and properly disposed of unwanted household hazardous waste. Over 100 cars dropped off an estimated 7,000 pounds of hazardous waste!