Last Chance to Save the Block

With an early August deadline swiftly approaching, the Save the Block project partners are excited to announce the “Last Chance” challenge to raise the remaining funds for the campaign to save the historic community greenspace in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, which earlier this year was under threat of development from a 90,000 square foot hotel.

Inspired by the community’s enthusiasm, several anonymous donors, led by the local family that has been the lead partner on this project and currently has the property under contract, have joined together to present the community with one final challenge to wrap up all aspects of fundraising just in time for the campaign’s deadline.

The challenge gifts totaling $1 Million are being leveraged for a last chance to Save the Block, under the stipulation that the project receives another 1,500 gifts by August 5, and rounds out the total number of campaign gifts to 5,000 since April 2019.

Read the full press release, here. Donate online today here.

Save the Block: New $1M Challenge

On the heels of a successful Million Dollar May, a new anonymous $1 Million gift has been pledged to the Jackson Hole Land Trust in the form of another exciting fundraising challenge.

If the Save the Block Campaign secures an additional 1,000 gifts of any size by July 4th, we will be granted an additional $1,000,000.

Read our full press release on the challenge for details.

Every dollar counts and time is running out.

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Summer Solstice feat. FoundSpace

Join us Friday, June 21, from 5-8 PM, for our 6th Annual R Park Summer Solstice Celebration featuring FoundSpace – a family-friendly celebration if interactive art, protected public-access land, and the longest day of the year.

Enjoy place-based art installations in partnership with JH Public Art, while enjoying live music from StrumBucket, $2 treats from Streetfood, and free adult beverages, The first 200 attendees to visit all of the FoundSpace installations will receive a custom-designed Chico bag.

For full event details, read the press release, here, or check out our Facebook event.


Save the Block: $4M by the 4th

The partners of the Save the Block project are excited to announce the newest challenge for the campaign, to obtain $4 million by the 4th of July.

After a successful Million Dollar May campaign in which the JHLT was challenged with securing 1,000 gifts in order to receive a $1 million grant from an anonymous local family, the Save the Block project still requires an additional $5.5 million to purchase the greenspace and character defining easements on the Block.

Read the full press release, here.

Million Dollar May campaign successful

The partners of the Save the Block campaign are excited to announce the successful completion the Jackson Hole Land Trust’s Million Dollar May challenge.

At the Save the Block’s first Summer Concert Series on Wednesday evening, a lively crowd cheered as project partners announced the good news. The goal was met: over 1,500 gifts were secured in the month of May, resulting in an anonymous local family contributing their pledged $1,000,000 match to the campaign.

As of May 30, 2019, partners celebrated nearly 2,000 gifts for a total of $2,150,000 raised in the campaign to preserve the greenspace and historic character of the Genevieve Block, tucked into the busy corner of Broadway and Willow in Downtown Jackson, WY. With the inclusion of the Million Dollar May match, the project remains hopeful, nearing the ultimate goal of $8 million dollars. The Save the Block project’s fundraising deadline is August 4, 2019.

Read the full press release, here.

Million Dollar May brings campaign closer to reality

The partners of the Save Genevieve campaign are excited to announce Million Dollar May.

A NEW local family has been deeply inspired by the demonstration of support and the vision of the community to preserve the greenspace, character, and historic buildings of the Genevieve Block, located at 155 E Broadway Ave in downtown Jackson. They have offered $1,000,000 if the campaign secures 1,000 new gifts– of any size – by the end of May 2019.

Read the full press release, here.

Save Genevieve Campaign Garners Broad Community Support

The partners of the Save Genevieve campaign are excited to announce that the community responded with enthusiasm and generosity to the project plan presented to them at the Save Genevieve neighborhood meeting and block party on the evening of Friday, April 26th. When an anonymous donor offered to contribute $100,000 if 100 people stepped up to donate on the day of the event, 335 community members rose to the challenge, donating just over $240,000 to the Save Genevieve campaign on Friday alone.

We still have a long way to go. Show your support at

Read the full press release here.

Collaborative solution introduced for the Genevieve Block preservation

A group of local citizens and nonprofit organizations are working diligently to protect the Genevieve Block. With just four months to raise $7 million, project partners are hoping to save an emblem of historical preservation and community character in the heart of downtown Jackson. Please visit to stay up-to-date on project details and announcements.

Read the full press release, here.

JHLT protects 191 acres in Teton County in 2018

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.

JHLT hosts WyoView Art Exhibit at Holiday Open House

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 free and open to the public, and runs from 4-7 PM.

Read the full press release, here.