TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative

By Leslie Steen

News and updates from TU's coldwater conservation work in the Snake River Headwaters

News and updates from TU's coldwater conservation work in the Snake River Headwaters

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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #9

We are pleased to share a sneak preview of a new film about our Spread Creek Fish Passage project (soon-to-be completed this spring!). Featuring an all-star cast of characters including John Turner of the Triangle X Ranch, Robert Al-Chokachy of the US Geologi…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #8

This fall, thanks to the support of over 20 partners that helped us meet a $1.5 million budget through grants and in-kind support, we were able to start construction on the Spread Creek Fish Passage Project's second phase. All of the instream bank, channel, a…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #7

We are thrilled to share that Phase 2 of our Spread Creek Fish Passage Project is moving forward this fall! This project has been over a decade in the making since the Spread Creek dam was removed in 2010. Thanks to the collaboration and support of over 20 pa…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #6

Bidding is now open for the Jackson Hole TU chapter's annual Tie One On Banquet! Visit jhtrout21.givesmart.com to register and bid on silent auction items throughout the week. Then on Friday, May 14th, login to the virtual event at 5:30 pm, streaming live fro…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #5

Through the Tribasin Fish Passage and Watershed Reconnection Project, TU and partners reconnected over 21 miles of Snake River cutthroat habitat in the upper Greys River watershed this September. Nestled in the high country between the Wyoming and Salt River …

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #4

This August and September, TU, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and partners have been hard at work deep in the high country of the upper Greys River, reconnecting over 21 miles of habitat for Snake River cutthroat trout through our Tribasin Fish Passage an…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative - Issue #3

We are thrilled to be featured in this summer's Jackson Hole Magazine article about our local Snake River cutthroat trout and what makes it so unique from a conservation perspective. The Snake Headwaters is truly one of the last, best, and most diverse places…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #2

On Monday, I ventured out to the field (with my mask on) to meet with contractors, landowners and partners and go through plans for our Lower Swift Creek Stream Restoration and Stabilization Project. I took a little time after the meeting to capture the momen…

 
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TU Snake River Headwaters Initiative Newsletter - Issue #1

How have you been quarantining? I recently ventured up to Slide Lake, which is still frozen, and tried crust-cruising (skate skiing “off-piste” on snow that is frozen at the surface and just starting to thaw) in combination with ski joring with my dog Sophie.…