WyoView is back with the theme of WILD.OPEN.CONNECTED. in honor of JHLT‘s 40th anniversary! This year, WyoView works are for sale via a silent auction. Click here to view the entire gallery and to place your bid. Read on for featured artist Kay Stratman’s perspective and process. This year I have the privilege to once again […]
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It is with great excitement that the Jackson Hole Land Trust announces today the final landscape design plans for the Save the Block project. Local landscape architecture firm Hershberger Design worked with the JHLT to design the landscape plan, marking another step by the JHLT toward creating and enhancing a community-friendly greenspace on the historic […]
From houseplants to crops grown for food and the native vegetation now turning Northwest Wyoming technicolor, plants are everywhere! For this week’s Open Space Adventure, add to your kiddo’s nature journal and head out to R Park, Karns Meadow, or another JHLT-protected public access property to explore the world of flora.
To kick off your Open Space Adventure, download this fun coloring activity to add to your nature journal, available in Spanish and English, to learn about the different parts of plants. Then, visit the BLM website to learn more about native plants in Wyoming. If you spot any of these native plants when you’re outside, draw them in your nature […]
Those of us who call America home are quite literally connected by one common thread- land. In order to do our work to protect land and uphold our values, our culture must be one of inclusivity and we must work to protect all people with whom we share this common thread. Today we raise our […]
Today, the Genevieve Block hosts a cherished community greenspace and historic buildings that are currently home to beloved local business. The Block is not only a community hub, but also provides a glimpse into Jackson Hole’s history. May is National Historic Preservation Month, and in honor of that we recognize the unique historic buildings, properties, […]
Archaeologists are like prehistoric detectives. It sounds silly, but by investigating items that have been left behind, we can learn a lot about past peoples. This week it’s your turn to play archaeologist detective & get your hands dirty! While respecting found items, use our Human History and High-Altitude Archaeology worksheet to get outside and […]
Are you hooked on riparian zones? Well you’ll love fishing. Join this week’s special guests for a fishing adventure! Then, head out to a JHLT-protected property like Karns Meadow or R Park to give it a try with your kiddos. Remember, fishing is allowed at R Park for those 16 and under.
Continue your riparian zone exploration with a fun scavenger hunt. Print the pages in English or Spanish, add it to your nature journal, and get outside to observe the natural world. Don’t forget to check back on Wednesday to learn more about water and fishing!
The Jackson Hole Land Trust works to protect and steward the treasured landscapes of Northwest Wyoming
Our vision is a legacy of protected open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands and community spaces across Northwest Wyoming that inspire current and future generations.
Please contact our main office in Jackson.