THe JHLT protected three properties totaling 191 acres throughout Teton County over the past year, with conservation gains for wildlife habitat, migration corridors and ranching heritage. This acreage adds to the existing 55,000 acres of Land Trust protected conservation easements across Northwest Wyoming. Read the full press release, here.
About Elizabeth Votruba
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Entries by Elizabeth Votruba
Slide into R Park “Slide into R Park” is a collaborative program between Rendezvous Park (R Park), a program of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, Slideluck Youth Initiative, the Art Association of Jackson Hole, Teton County Library, and Latino Outdoors to empower the bilingual youth of Jackson by utilizing R Park to develop and inspire […]
The Catalog of Works for the 2018 WyoView: Four Seasons project is available here.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust will host an art exhibit at their 2018 Holiday Open House on Friday, December 14, featuring the JHLT’s WyoView: Four Seasons project which showcases artwork created by 19 local and regional artists on 19 JHLT easement-protected properties. The open house will be held at JHLT’s new permanent office space, is […]
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is seeking to fill the position of Administrative Associate. Please see the job description for details. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Submission Deadline: Friday, January 4, 2019 by 5 PM MST.
I was delighted today to sit down with Mike Wardell on the Jenkins Ranch in the home he has lived in since he was 2. He was so kind to take me through the history of the Jenkins Ranch, and I came away so grateful that the Jenkins Family had the foresight to conserve much […]
The Jackson Hole Land Trust (JHLT) announced today that the organization has moved into a new permanent office space at 690 S Highway 89, Suite 101, as of November 1. Since fall 2013, the JHLT has occupied 185 East Hansen Avenue, a historic building dating back to the 1920s, owned and managed by the Lockhart […]
The most recent installment of our biannual newsletter, Open Lands, is now available online. Read about our accomplishments this summer, new programming, an interview with Joe Riis, a spotlight on the importance of private land protection, and much, much more. Catch a glimpse before it hits newsstands, here.
WyoView: Four Seasons is a year-long study of Jackson Hole Land Trust Properties. I am one of 19 artists that have each been given the opportunity to visit designated sites throughout the year and submit four works of art to an exhibit that will take place on December 13, 2018. Forming a deep connection to […]
I was able to tour the Munger Mountain property with Turner Resor earlier this summer. We went up on Munger to have a beautiful view of the valley. I was able to work on some sketches at this lookout point. My photos from this day show the sketches that I am working on. It was […]
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