We are looking forward to celebrating our 35th anniversary with the community this summer! Check out our updated schedule of events to see our summer lineup so far… and save the date!
Our April Field Notes e-newsletter is available online! In this issue, you can read a message from our Executive Director; about the completion of phase 2 on East Gros Ventre Butte; the Annual Picnic announcement and full schedule of summer events; a Notes From the Field about Cottonwood Galleries; View22 updates; the Green Drinks JH […]
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is seeking to fill the position of Communications Coordinator. Please see the job description for details. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Jackson Hole Land Trust is proud to announce that we have been able to protect an additional 62 acres on East Gros Ventre Butte as of March 2016. Coupled with the first phase of the project that protected 181 acres on the northeastern end of the butte, the completion of phase two of this project […]
2015 Annual Report Our FY15 Annual Report is now available online! Read about our accomplishments in our 35th Anniversary year and all the donors, sponsors and supporters that made it possible.
2015 was another successful year for the Jackson Hole Land Trust, with notable achievements including the 380-acre Spring Gulch Meadows conservation project at the Mead Ranch completed this May, two additional easements completed this December, and a community-wide celebration of 35 years of open space protection. In total, 388 acres in Teton County were protected […]
Two key pieces of legislation for land trusts across the nation were signed into law in December 2015. In a great victory for landowners interested in conservation, the enhanced tax incentive for conservation easement donations was made permanent after many years of advocacy and leadership by the Land Trust Alliance and its member land trusts […]
This holiday season, the Jackson Hole Land Trust would like to thank you for joining us in our mission to protect the open spaces, scenic viewsheds, wildlife habitat, and working ranchlands of Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone Area. Warm wishes, fluffy powder snow, and happy holidays from the Jackson Hole Land Trust! Photo by […]