Intern blog ready!

Monday, July 19, 2010 - 10:11pm


HFF Interns
As the summer is starting to wind down here at the Henry's Fork Foundation we have finally found time to collect and organize all the data we have collected over the busy summer field season. Over the next week we will be posting updates on the many projects we worked on, including the Caldera Project tributaries study, a brook trout genetics study for Trout Unlimited, cattle fencing, a survey of Blue Springs Creek, checking the Buffalo River fish trap with Americorp Intern Chris Schaller and a bio-restoration project with North Fork Native Plants and Intermountain Aquatics. All of these projects can be explored through Google Earth by downloading this KML file. Simply open up the file in Google Earth and then expand it to see a list of all the projects. Double click on a project title to zoom to it and explore it further. Stay tuned for posts from the interns about their summer experiences. Any questions or comments can be directed to .