Continuing the conservation legacy of Grand Teton through partnership and philanthropy

Grand Teton National Park Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that funds projects that enhance Grand Teton National Park’s cultural, historic, and natural resources and helps others learn about and protect all that is special in the park.

The Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and outreach that enrich visitors’ experiences to help create a stable future for Grand Teton National Park.

We are celebrating our 25th year of partnership with Grand Teton National Park by looking back on our past successes and forward to our future efforts.

For the past quarter of a century, Grand Teton National Park Foundation has worked in tandem with Grand Teton National Park to foster community engagement among young people, protect natural resources and historic landscapes, and develop meaningful visitor experiences. We will continue this essential effort with an emphasis on monitoring the implications of climate change, solving difficulties related to visitation, engaging young people, and conserving important species as we look to the future.

LATEST POSTS FROM THE FOUNDATION

Work Underway at Jackson Lake Dam

Renewal efforts at Jackson Lake Dam, the second of three project sites to be improved by our Snake River Gateways campaign, are underway. Work began this spring to enhance parking and traffic flow; create an accessible pathway to the river; ...
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Grand Teton National Park Foundation Celebrates 25 Years

In 1997, Jack Neckels, Grand Teton National Park's superintendent at the time, approached business leader and philanthropist Jerry Halpin with the idea of forming a nonprofit that would raise funds for a new visitor center. Grand Teton National Park Foundation ...

GTNP Foundation Partners with JH Public Art’s WildWalls to Share Bear Safety Message

Jackson's downtown streets welcomed two new permanent murals and twelve temporary murals during JH Public Art's annual WildWalls event. Beginning July 1, blank alley walls were transformed into an open-air gallery that runs through September. Local artists collaborated with science ...

Thank you for celebrating 25 years with us!

Stay in touch for the next 25 years!

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