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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

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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.

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

What We Do


Recent Blog Posts

  • VIDEO: From The Bronx to Grand Teton: Millie Jimenez shares how NPS Academy changed her life

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

    Millie Jimenez is Grand Teton National Park’s community engagement coordinator whose job is to share this incredible place with diverse youth through programs funded by the Foundation. Growing up in The Bronx and exploring Central Park in New York City, her path to a National Park Service career in Wyoming was not exactly what she […]

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  • Renewing Trails Destroyed by the 2016 Berry Creek Fire

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

    The Berry Creek Fire of 2016 was the largest wildfire in Grand Teton National Park’s history, scorching over 20,000 acres of timber and grassland. The blaze destroyed extensive stretches of trails and trail structures, such as bridges, retaining walls, causeways, and timber steps. A fire module unit protects the Lower Berry Patrol Cabin from being […]

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  • Wildlife Whereabouts: Getting Ready for Winter

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

    Shorter days and cooler nights mean Grand Teton’s wildlife are preparing for the long winter ahead. • Moose have started concentrating in the sagebrush/grassland areas in the south end of the park. They are seeking bitterbrush and other foods in these areas that provide fall nutrition. • Pronghorn are generally migrating out of the Jackson […]

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