Fisheries Research Field Tour
July 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
The Teton River Watershed is one of the last-best strongholds for the native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout. FTR has compiled one of the most robust data sets available for any Western native trout species allowing us to make effective management choices. Join us to explore spawning redds, fish migration monitoring infrastructure, and restoration work on a tributary of the Teton River.
For tour details and to reserve your spot 48 hours in advance, email [email protected]. Minimum participation is 3. Groups are limited to 12. Social distancing will be observed. Masks are not required, but we encourage you to wear one if you are more comfortable doing so. In Addition, please bring the following:
- Appropriate clothing for weather and forecast
- Necessary Medications (e.g. Epipen)
- Sunscreen/Sun Protection