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.
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.
We have officially moved into our new permanent office space at 690 S Highway 89, Suite 101.
Although we loved our historic home at 185 E Hansen, our 17 full-time and 5 part-time staff quickly outgrew the space. Please update your records and swing by to say hello!
You can find the full press release detailing our move, here.
A guiding document which communicates our organizational goals, the Strategic Plan for the next five years shares the actions needed to achieve the Jackson Hole Land Trust’s mission.
Our Strategic Plan is available for the public to view, here.
The Land Trust created a video showcasing the broad strokes of our work. We hope you enjoy this gorgeous footage, courtesy of Orijin Media.
Our FY17 Annual Report is now available online. Read about our accomplishments in our 37th year of land conservation and all of the donors, sponsors, and supporters that made it all possible.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is a private nonprofit that was established in 1980. We work 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.