The following summary lists the total dollar amount of yearly funding and the specific projects undertaken for the past 31 years of the HLF existence.
2019: Improving habitat for Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the HLF continued work on a 5-year project to improve flow in the Duck Creek drainage area. Oct 2019 diversion structures were installed. In the spring of 2020 flumes will be added to monitor flows and reduce erosion.
The Henrys Lake Foundation also helped fund a scientific study to determine the extent Yellowstone cutthroat trout populations are influenced by Utah Chub.
North Fremont High School aquaculture program. HLF commitment is $2,000 per year for each of the next 3 years.
Water Quality Study
The foundation helped fund – Timber creek water gap improvement, restoration work on Duck Creek, Targhee Creek fish barrier removal, one boat wash attendant, and the fishing line recycling stations.
Purchased 15 remote digital cameras for pelican study to minimize YCT predation. Four E-Z Up tents purchased for boat inspection/wash stations around Henrys Lake to prevent the introduction of invasive species.
Modular irrigation diversion fish screen installed on Cole property on Targhee Creek. Fish weir constructed on Duck Creek below Red Rock Road. 2 new modular diversion screens installed on Parkinson’s property on Duck Creek.
Financial support of cloud seeding program by Fremont County. Modular fish screen installed on Salisbury property on Targhee Creek. Modular fish screen installed on Parkinson’s property on Duck Creek.