Second phase of River Bend Ranch project nears completion

Snake River Headwaters courtesy photo Courtesy photo The second phase of the River Bend Ranch Restoration and Fish Passage Project is slated for completion this month and will restore more than 2 miles of the river corridor.
“The Upper Hoback River is a crown jewel of streams flowing out of the Wyoming Range. Collaborative stream bank projects, where all landowners contribute, are critical to the health and stability of the entire Snake River Headwaters,” said David Cernicek, Wild and Scenic River manager, Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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