South Fork Snake River Basin
South Fork of the Snake River above Heise. Photo by Dave Carlson.
The South Fork Snake River originates in Yellowstone National Park and the basin encompasses all land draining into the river from the Idaho-Wyoming state line to the confluence with Henrys Fork. Water flow of the river is regulated by Palisades and Jackson Lake dams. Dry-land and irrigated agriculture is a predominant land use. The basin possesses many outstanding natural resource values. Outstanding scenery, a quality fishery, and wildlife values provide diverse recreational opportunities.
South Fork Snake River Plan
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