Grand Teton National Park Foundation

A Passion for Place: New Corporate Partners Support Grand Teton

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

Every year local, regional, and national organizations support our work in Grand Teton National Park. These businesses—and the people behind them—care deeply for the park and are passionate to help ensure that it continues to inspire visitors for generations to come.

We are pleased to share the story behind the organizations who joined the Foundation during 2018. With their support, we are able to fund projects and programs that solve challenges, provide meaningful visitor experiences, and assure this world-class landscape continues to be one of the most compelling outdoor destinations in North America.

Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures

Wilderness, Connection, Sustainability. Taylor Phillips founded EcoTour Adventures ten years ago with this mission in mind. Our skilled naturalist guides lead wildlife, cross country skiing, and snowshoe tours of Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks 365 days a year. We’re proud to support Grand Teton National Park Foundation’s efforts to protect the priceless resources around us for future generations.

Jackson Hole EcoTours' naturalist guide team takes a break for a photo in Grand Teton National Park.
Amangani

Aman literally translates to 'places of peace.’ As we are so fortunate to be located closely to the tranquil surroundings of Grand Teton National Park, it is with utmost respect and awe that we consider its exploration to be an integral part of the guest experience. Our employees also find this proximity to the national park to be fundamental to thriving and finding their sense of balance. Mr. Lang views GTNP as even more of an attraction than the hotel itself, and is grateful to support such an important local organization such as the Grand Teton National Park Foundation.

The Amangani is situated on a butte above the Jackson Hole valley with stunning views of Grand Teton National Park.
The North Face

For more than fifty years, The North Face has remained dedicated to its mission—provide the best gear for athletes and the modern day explorer, support the preservation of the outdoors, and inspire a global movement of exploration. Committed to pushing the boundaries of innovation and design, The North Face is excited to support Grand Teton National Park Foundation’s Tribal Youth Corps, so that they can continue to push their limits in the outdoors and find new ways to get out and explore.

The North Face enabled members of the Tribal Youth Corps team to come prepared to the job site each day by providing participants with backpacks to carry their gear.

Thanks to these generous businesses for their support in 2018—we look forward to working with you again this year!