The 3rd Annual Wood River Land Trust RiverFest was another fun-filled success. We’d like to send out a BIG THANKS to everyone who helped make this special day happen, from those of you who made donations or sponsored the event, to our wonderful volunteers, to the thousands of folks of all ages from all over the country who came to celebrate with us. You helped make it a positive day and helped countless friends and family create great memories in honor of our beloved Big Wood River.
We love our river. We love our community and we love having you as part of the Land Trust team. Together we’re protecting the places we love.
We’d also like to thank Judy Cahill for taking such great photos of fun from RiverFest 2017!
Left to right: Judy Cahill, Mike McKenna and Teri Bullock help support the cause; Canned beers and Land Trust koozies were hot items on a hot day; Future conservationists celebrate America and the Big Wood River.
Left to right: Land Trust staff members connected with our community and answered questions of all kinds; One fun-loving young RiverFest attendee showed that mergansers and woodpeckers aren’t the only spike-haired species that loves to spend time at the Draper Wood River Preserve!
Left to right: Dogs and kids and moms and dads all enjoyed over 20 gallons of Toni’s Ice Cream during a hot summer day by the river.
Left to right: Warm sunny Idaho skies blessed RiverFest this year; WRLT Board co-chair Kathie Levison and Student Conservation Council members served hundreds of ice cream cones.
Left to right: Patti Lousen and Chad Stoesz lead Guided Nature Tours through the Draper Wood River Preserve; The Land Trust’s executive director, Scott Boettger, during an interview with KMVT News from Twin Falls.