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Antelope Flats Parcel Permanently Protected in Grand Teton

Completed $23 million campaign and injected $46 million into Wyoming’s Permanent School Trust Fund

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Protecting Wildlife

through research & conservation

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Introducing Youth

to wilderness experiences

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Enabling New Ways to Explore The Park

DiscoverGrandTeton.org

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Who We Are

We Directly Support Grand Teton National Park

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.

By supporting work that goes beyond what the National Park Service could accomplish on its own, the Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and outreach that enrich visitors’ experiences and create a stable future for Grand Teton National Park.

Grand Teton’s Future Depends on You

Grand Teton National Park Foundation has devoted two decades to partnering with individuals and organizations to fund projects in Grand Teton National Park. These gifts solve challenges, provide meaningful experiences, and assure this world-class landscape continues to be one of the most fascinating outdoor destinations in America. JOIN US TODAY

Recent Blog Posts

  • Jerry Halpin Remembered

    Thursday, September 28th, 2017

    Jerry Halpin, 1923 – 2017. Jerry Halpin and his wife Helen settled in Jackson Hole when they purchased Lost Creek Ranch in 1969. The property sits inside Grand Teton National Park’s eastern border and is surrounded by both park and national forest land. The views across the Teton Range to the west are spectacular—leaving no […]

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  • VIDEO: Grand Teton Hammer Corps

    Thursday, September 28th, 2017

    With support from the Foundation, Grand Teton National Park launched Hammer Corps in 2016. This volunteer historic preservation crew helps the park accomplish critical work that would not happen without additional support. During the first two years of the program, over 275 people have contributed more than 5,000 hours to ensure Grand Teton’s treasured cultural […]

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  • Wildlife Whereabouts: Migrating into Fall

    Thursday, September 28th, 2017

    Photo by Lisa Wan. September is a time of change for wildlife in Teton Park. Many ungulates (hoofed animals) are mating, birds are abandoning territories and embarking on their fall migration, and all animals are preparing for the winter months ahead. • By the end of September, elk, moose, and pronghorn are still breeding but […]

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THINGS TO DO IN THE PARK

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Do you want to learn more about Grand Teton's natural and cultural history? Visit discovergrandteton.org