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 […]
Our August Field Notes e-newsletter is available online! In this issue, you can read a message from our Executive Director; about the upcoming Old Bill’s Fun Run and other exciting late summer events; a recap on View22: Open Studio; a synopsis of the Annual Picnic and Teton Food Tour; the announcement of the Green River Valley […]
In 2011, the Jackson Hole Land Trust partnered with Flitner Strategies for a community assessment focused on measuring awareness of our organization and our work in the community. The information stimulated the launch of our Forever Our Valley campaign, which strategically aimed to raise recognition and visibility for JHLT and educate the community about our […]
On Tuesday, August 16, 2016, Jackson Hole Land Trust’s Executive Director Laurie Andrews spoke with KHOL 89.1 regarding the recent announcement of JHLT’s unification with Green River Valley Land Trust. The newly formed Green River Valley Program will guarantee sustainable stewardship of 58 easements totaling 32,000 acres in perpetuity. “Sublette County is just a jewel as […]
Jackson Hole Land Trust is proud to announce that we will be accepting a transfer of 58 easements totaling 32,000 acres from the Green River Valley Land Trust. The easements will be held by the Jackson Hole Land Trust under the organization’s new Green River Valley Program, protecting the future of Sublette County’s open spaces, ranching […]
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is excited to announce the fourth year of the View22 Project, which once again unites art and conservation with local artists creating place-based art on JHLT protected properties to raise awareness of the importance of open space protection. The concept for 2016 – View22: Open Studio – is an exploration […]
Spring/Summer 2016: Greater Yellowstone Connections Our Spring/Summer Open Lands Newsletter, “Greater Yellowstone Connections,” is now available available online! Find out more about how our private land protection work is intrinsically tied to and intertwined with the region’s public conserved lands, the JHLT’s accomplishment in preserving the second phase of East Gros Ventre Butte, and the […]
Don’t miss the Summer Solstice Event at Rendezvous Park on Monday, June 20th!