Our April e-newsletter is now available online! Save the dates for our exciting upcoming summer events – from FoundSpace, to Doggie Hamlet, to the Annual Picnic; learn about the recent transfer of the Hardeman Barns from the Land Trust to the Teton Raptor Center; catch up on our Annual Report; read about one of our […]
The Jackson Hole Land Trust and Teton Raptor Center announced today that the 27-acre iconic conservation property of Hardeman Barns in Wilson, Wyoming, has transferred to the Teton Raptor Center. In 1989, a groundswell of community support generated $1.7 million in 4 months to enable the JHLT to purchase the property, safeguarding it from a dense […]
2016 Annual Report Our FY16 Annual Report is now available online! Read about our accomplishments in our 36th year of land conservation and all of the donors, sponsors, and supporters that made it all possible.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is seeking to fill the position of Stewardship Associate. Please see the job description for details. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Our January e-newsletter is now available online! In this issue, you can read highlights of our accomplishments in 2016; about Jackson Hole’s nomination for a National Geographic World Legacy Award; the recent protection of Antelope Flats; save the dates for our upcoming spring and summer events; learn about one of our new Open Space Council […]
“Joys come from the simple and natural things; mist over meadows, sunlight on leaves, the path of the moon over water. Even rain and wind and stormy clouds bring joy.” -Sigurd F. Olson In this season of thanks, we are grateful for the simple and the natural things. Joy comes in all shapes and sizes in Wyoming, from the smallest quaking […]
Fall/Winter 2016: Reaching New Heights Our Fall/Winter Open Lands Newsletter, “Reaching New Heights,” is now available online! This installment celebrates the connections between our hardworking community and the Jackson Hole Land Trust. Find out more about the results from the recent ‘Community Assessment,’ dive into our recent exciting announcement of the new Green River Valley Program, […]
Join us in welcoming the two newest members of the Jackson Hole Land Trust team! Butch Parks Wind River Program Director Butch joined the Land Trust in 2016. Originally from Houston, Texas, Butch graduated from the University of Houston with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology after serving in the Marine Corps. In 1982, his […]