Where We Work
From River to Range
From the Wind River to the foothills of the Wind River range, this region is rich in wildlife habitat, the living histories of Indigenous communities, and working agricultural lands. The area is dotted with petroglyphs and other artifacts left by the Sheepeater branch of the Shoshone Tribe. Fremont County notably comprises crucial winter range for the Whiskey Mountain Bighorn Sheep Herd, once the largest herd of bighorn sheep in the United States, and provides critical habitat for migratory deer and elk herds from Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
- Commencement Program Year
- Protected Acres
- Primary Wildlife
- Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, Mule Deer
- Primary Use
- Working Lands, Cultural Resources, Wildlife Habitat
Wind River Program Annual Community PicnicJune 29, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm See the Event
Wind River Resource Hub
The Jackson Hole Land Trust strives to be a resource for protecting the conservation values of your property. Click through the information below to find out more about partners and programs to assist you in the stewardship of your property.
Inspirational stories from the field.
Landowner Spotlight: Ring Lake RanchRead the Story
Support Conservation in Fremont County
Your gift to the Wind River Program will drive efforts to protect and steward open space in the Wind River Valley.
Wind River Program
690 S Highway 89, Suite 101, Jackson, WY 83001
PO Box 2897, Jackson, WY 83001