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FoundSpace 2016: Rendezvous Park

FoundSpace is at the crossroads of art and conservation. The 2nd annual project in July 2016 took place at Rendezvous Park and featured interactive art installations created by local artists and in partnership with Jackson Hole Public Art. Video by JenTen Productions.


FoundSpace 2015: Karns Meadow

FoundSpace is at the crossroads of art and conservation. The inaugural project in August 2015 took place in Karns Meadow and featured an interactive art installation created by the Exquisite Gardeners, local artists and community members. Video by JenTen Productions.


Faces of the Land Trust

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Faces of the Land Trust contest! All of the entries submitted have been stitched together to create this community-sourced photo and video gallery that showcases the joy of what open spaces mean to our community and celebrates our 35th anniversary.


A Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight: The Moseley/Hardeman Barn

This short film by JenTen Productions focuses on the architectural, historical and cultural significance of the Moseley/Hardeman Barn, a Jackson Hole icon. It premiered at the “BARN BASH” event in Jackson, WY – presented by the Land Trust, Teton Raptor Center, & Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum.


Forever Our Valley Video

Forever Our Valley: The Jackson Hole Land Trust Experience the work of the Jackson Hole Land Trust in our new video! Sweeping cinematography from the Jackson, Wyoming area presents a picture of what is at stake in the last intact ecosystem in the lower 48 states. Length: 3:40. Cinematography: David Stubbs

Rod Moorhead [Flo McCall]

Donor Profiles

View our donor profiles, and hear from our supporters – in their own words – about why they connect with our work.

Miller Sisters, Picnic 2012 [David J Swift]


Our summer events are a wonderful opportunity for you to connect with us, out on the land or in the community.


OSC Profiles

Hear from our Open Space Council members, in their own words, why the work of the Jackson Hole Land Trust is important to them.

Fir Creek Ranch [Photo: Jansen Gunderson]

Protected Properties

Our protected properties slideshow gives you a visual tour of some of our iconic protected properties. These stunning open spaces represent scenic views, wildlife habitat, and ranchlands protected in perpetuity by Jackson Hole Land Trust conservation easements.

Sage grouse [Photo: Stan Harter]

Shots of Conservation

Our Shot of Conservation emails feature stunning photographs of wildlife and scenery to share what inspires us to conserve the lands of Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone Area. To sign up to receive our Shot of Conservation emails, please use the box to the left.