2022 Sawtooth Salmon Festival | August 27 | 11am-5pm at the Stanley Museum
Join the Sawtooth Association and its friends and partners in celebrating Idaho’s wild salmon and steelhead on August 27th from 11am to 5pm. We aim to teach the public about Idaho’s iconic endangered and threatened salmon populations, connect people who care about these important fish, and celebrate recovery and conservation efforts.
This free, educational event is located outside at the Stanley Museum right off of Highway 75. In addition to the not-to-be-missed bus tours out to local salmon redds with fish biologists and friends, there will be:
10am – Pettit Lake Shoshone-Bannock Sockeye Program presentation – meet at the Pettit Lake Creek Weir
At the Stanley Museum:
All Day – Vendors & educational activities
2pm – Shoshone-Bannock tribal dancers
3-5pm – Live music from Muzzie Braun
All Day – Food & beverages
Schedule subject to change without notice.
Don’t miss the kick off to the Sawtooth Salmon Festival:
Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series – 6pm Friday August 26th at the Stanley Museum: “Imagining Idaho’s Wild Salmon in 2055,” with Pat Ford!
Thanks to our partners, Idaho Rivers United and our event sponsors: