Past Press Releases

The Henry's Fork Foundation is the only organization whose sole purpose is to conserve, restore, and protect the unique fisheries, wildlife, and aesthetic qualities of the Henry's Fork watershed. The Foundation is based in Ashton, Idaho, and co-facilitates the Henry’s Fork Watershed Council. For more information about the Henry's Fork Foundation or the Henry's Fork Watershed Council, contact the Foundation at 208-652-3567 or send an email to


Past Press Releases

HFF receives Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Regional Recognition Award

October 26, 2017

Henry's Fork Foundation Moves to New Offices, Restores Old Hospital Building

September 1, 2017

HFF receives American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) Fisheries Fund grant

February 4, 2016

Henry's Fork Watershed Council Meeting to Discuss Proposed Boat Ramp for South Fork of Teton River

January 29, 2016

HFF receives Willard L. Eccles Charity Foundation grant to support Water-Quality Monitoring

January 26, 2016

HFF receives Trout and Salmon Foundation grant to support restoration of Harriman Canal

January 7, 2016

Henry's Fork Foundation receives technology grant

November 30, 2015

Henry’s Fork Foundation receives grant to print access maps
November 23, 2015

Henry’s Fork Foundation gets grants for monitoring project
November 9, 2015

HFF Water-Quality Monitoring receives Cross Charitable Foundation grant
November 2, 2015

Henry’s Fork Foundation receives grant for intern housing
October 26, 2015

Foundation awarded Nonprofit Excellence Award
September 29, 2014

Henry's Fork Foundation Opens Extension Office for the Summer
May 23, 2014

Ashton Conference Gives Look Back at Henry's Fork Watershed Council
November 20, 2013

Barbeque Lunch to Mark End of Season at HFF Island Park Office
September 18, 2013

Ashton Meeting Scheduled for Henry's Fork Water Basin Study
May 7, 2013

First Caldera Symposium Combines Science and Angling
June 27, 2012

Locals Honored for Dedication to Conservation and Service
June 27, 2012

Trout in the Classroom to Immerse Students in Fishy Science
January 6, 2012

Brandon Hoffner new HFF Executive Director
September 12, 2011 

Executive Director Steve Trafton to Leave the HFF
March 25, 2011 

HFF Improves Box Canyon and Riverside Boat Ramps
March 6, 2010