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New signs placed along Teton River warning floaters of approaching hazards

teton splitter warning sign Jenn Vincent Idaho Fish and Game
Jenn Vincent Idaho Fish and Game
Jenn Vincent Idaho Fish and Game Rhett Birch Teton River Sign Project
Jenn Vincent Idaho Fish and Game
Rhett Birch Teton River Sign Project

ST. ANTHONY, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - Eight warning signs were installed on the banks of the Teton River this fall. These signs aim to alert waterway users of dangerous diversion dams and private waterways along the Teton.

Signs were installed as part of an Eagle Scout project at the following locations:

  • Hog Hollow Bridge
  • Teton splitter
  • Wilford Canal
  • Cross Cut Canal
  • Monkey Rock

Fish and Game, Fremont-Madison Irrigation District, Wilford Canal, Bureau of Reclamation, local landowners, the Eagle Scout and many volunteers made this project possible.

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