FTR Community Events

FTR Events bring people together to celebrate our watershed and learn about our work.  Whether you fish, float, or just love to meet new folks, we have an event for you.

April 2021

Apr 14

  Every five years FTR surveys tributaries to the Teton River to assess native trout populations and monitor changes in trout populations. In 2020, our fisheries…

June 2021

Jun 09

  Join our Executive Director, Amy Verbeten and Teton Valley Trails and Pathways Executive Director, Dan Verbeten for a walk at the newly opened Teton Creek…

Jun 17

Join us at the Buxton River Park on the Teton River to explore FTR's habitat restoration project at the improved public access site.  In 2016, FTR…

Jun 25

Join us for a workshop on soil health and regenerative agriculture. Speaker Ray Archuleta is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist with the Soil Science Society of…

Jun 29

In Teton Valley, there’s a complex system of canals and irrigation structures humans depend on that can prevent fish from migrating to spawning locations. Join us…

July 2021

Jul 07

The Teton Creek Corridor Project is a collaborative effort between local Teton Valley nonprofits and private citizens to protect and improve key fish and wildlife habitat, while providing…

Jul 09

Come find us at the Teton Valley Farmers Market! This is a great opportunity to meet FTR staff, learn about FTR's work, and get your FTR merchandise…

Jul 15

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…