Events

Idaho Gives: May 2nd-5th!

SIHA News and Events Idaho Gives is May 2nd-5th! Make a difference by donating to the Sawtooth Associationduring Idaho Gives! This state-wide fundraiser celebrates the work of Idaho nonprofits. Your donation to SIHA will support:EDUCATION – RECREATING RESPONSIBLYHISTORIC PRESERVATION – INTERPRETATIONin the Sawtooth and Salmon River country! SIHA operates the Stanley Museum and Redfish Visitor […]

Thank you!

We keep saying THANK YOU because we mean it! We would like to thank our 2021 summer crew for their hard work and dedication. Thanks to Hannah Fake, Megan Nelson, Aspen Arnold, Jacob Hornfeldt, Mari Carroll, CeAnna Schwarts, Hailey Smalley, and Konner Kirkwood! They answered thousands of visitor questions, planned events, wrote blogs and social […]

Volunteer

SIHA IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS! Sign up to volunteer here! We need help with many projects throughout the year. Preserving and helping visitors at the Stanley Museum Maintaining and repairing facilities Cataloging artifacts Organizing photographs, and maintaining the yard Working the museum desk, to sell maps and books and answer visitors questions Operating the […]

Sawtooth Salmon Festival

Thank you! The Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association and Idaho Rivers United would like to thank the community for turning out to the 22nd annual Sawtooth Salmon Festival at the Stanley Museum on August 28th. We pay special recognition to Congressman Mike Simpson and Kurt Tardy, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Sockeye Program Manager, for joining the event […]

2021 Sawtooth Forum & Lecture Series

Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series Since 2008 the Sawtooth Association has sponsored the annual Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series. These programs provide visitors and locals the opportunity to hear experts in local history, fish and wildlife, geology, environmental issues, and the arts share their work and latest research results related to this magical Sawtooth-Salmon River […]

Museum Staff Welcome!

The Alpine Examiner June 3, 2021 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area Museum Staff Welcome! Have you stopped by the Stanley Museum recently? Chances are you will have met Megan, who would have excitedly showed you around SIHA’s museum. This season our museum will be staffed […]

SIHA Naturalists

Sawtooth Forum and Lecture Series Brian Jackson July 7 “How to Prepare for the 2017 Solar Eclipse”Brian Jackson is currently an assistant professor at Boise State University teaching astronomy in the Physics Department. Before coming to Boise State, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Carnegie Institution of Washington’s Department of Terrestrial Magnetism in Washington, […]