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Jarren Kuipers Park County

Park County Open Lands

Where We Work

A Changing Landscape

Park County encompasses spectacular landscapes ranging from mountain wilderness to high desert sagebrush steppe with the Shoshone, Clarks Fork, and Greybull Rivers providing 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 that are central to the region’s local heritage.

Commencement Program Year
In Process
Protected Acres
Primary Wildlife
Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, Mule Deer
Primary Use
Working Lands, Wildlife Habitat
Park County Open Lands
Park County Open Lands

Advisory Council

  • Mark Bruscino

  • Rebekah Burns

  • Mark Fisher

  • Garrett Growney

  • Buzzy Hassrick

  • Allen Hogg

    Allen Hogg

  • Jarren Kuipers

  • James Seckman

  • Abby Scott

  • Kelly Spiering

  • Anne Young

Scenic- Angie Rofus- Deer pack

Contact Us

Park County Open Lands


PO Box 266
Cody, WY 82414