Park County Open Lands
Where We Work
A Changing Landscape
Park County encompasses spectacular landscapes ranging from the mountain wilderness to the high desert sagebrush steppe. The Shoshone, Clarks Fork, and Greybull Rivers provide for blue ribbon fisheries, agriculture, and outdoor recreation. Ranches and farmlands at lower elevations produce food and fiber, a critical piece of our rural economy. These working lands also provide important habitat for this region’s iconic wildlife that brings visitors from around the world to neighboring Yellowstone National Park. Park County’s open space provides resilient landscapes and livelihoods central to the region’s local heritage.
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An Accredited Land Trust
Park County Open Lands is a locally-led regional program of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, which is proudly accredited through the Land Trust Alliance.
- Commencement Program Year
- Protected Acres
- Primary Wildlife
- Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, Mule Deer
- Primary Use
- Working Lands, Wildlife Habitat
What We Do
Protecting Open Space Through Voluntary Easements
Park County Open Lands works to create a legacy of resilient open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands, and community spaces forever protected by conservation easements for current and future generations across the communities of Park County.
A conservation easement is a voluntary contract between a landowner and a qualified organization (land trust) that limits development in perpetuity. A conservation easement is a tool for landowners who want to see their vision for their land upheld for future generations.
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Park County Open Lands Office
1131 13th St #106, Cody, Wyoming 82414
PO Box 266 Cody, WY 82414