Henry’s Fork Days XXXIV – Membership Meeting

At the annual membership meeting as part of our Henry’s Fork Days celebration, HFF staff gave presentations on topics ranging from science and technology, outreach and education, and communications to stewardship and collaboration. Thank you to everyone who joined us for breakfast and presentations this year! We had a wonderful turnout and many great questions and points of discussion.

The membership meeting was recorded and informational clips from each talk are forthcoming in a new HFF “educational series”. In the meantime, we’d like to provide the slides from each presentation for those who were unable to attend or would like to take a second look. As always, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email with any questions. 

Below is a complete list of presentations. 


Agenda and Presentation Slides

Hydrology and water supply – Rob Van Kirk

Market-based approaches to water conservation – Bryce Contor

Status of Henry’s Fork wild trout populations – Bryce Oldemeyer

Water quality in the Henry’s Fork and tributaries – Melissa Muradian and Jack McLaren

Temporal and spatial trends in aquatic invertebrates, Youth Education programs, and Economic value of angling and river recreation – Ben Ortman

HFF communication strategies – Jamie Laatsch

Bigger, better building means bigger, better intern program – Rob Van Kirk

Stewardship, collaboration, and community campus – Brandon Hoffner

Conservation Fund and Membership Development – Brady Taylor