Henrys Fork Wildlife Alliance is a grassroots non-profit centered in the Henrys Fork watershed (visit our About Us page to see our area map of interest). This area of southeast Idaho includes the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, the most intact ecosystem in the continental United States. Abundant native wildlife call this region home in large part due to the hard work of wildlife managers and the sustainable practices of industries such as farming and ranching. A strong ecosystem does not end at property boundaries and HFWA is proud to support the traditional land-users who live and work alongside wildlife.
We serve our community by helping local agencies, organizations, and private landowners tackle conservation projects that improve wildlife habitats or movements. We can help landowners identify conservation improvements, plan service projects, and organize volunteer help to get the job done. We also rely heavily on the perceptive suggestions by locals to identify wildlife problems and solutions. When you share your concerns about wildlife with HFWA, we can help by contacting appropriate management, providing resources, and organizing appropriate action. Many of our volunteer and citizen science projects began as suggestions by concerned community members.
Whether your project is great or small, HFWA is here to help!