PARTNERING TO ENHANCE THIS EXTRAORDINARY PLACE.

Grand Teton National Park Foundation funds special projects that engage young people, protect natural resources, preserve historic places, and improve visitor experiences to ensure Grand Teton National Park inspires generations well into the future.

This summer, we are working in partnership with Grand Teton to enhance access along the Snake River, renew damaged areas on the Teton Crest Trail, support volunteer programs to help manage and educate visitors, and much more. Sign up for our monthly newsletter to get the latest from the Foundation and Grand Teton delivered right to your inbox.

WHAT WE DO: OUR INITIATIVES

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PROTECTING WILDLIFE & NATURAL RESOURCES

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ENGAGING YOUTH IN THE OUTDOORS

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IMPROVING VISITOR EXPERIENCES

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PRESERVING CULTURAL RESOURCES

LATEST FROM THE BLOG

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Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation, Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board, and Grand Teton National Park Foundation Work Together to Educate Visitors to Conserve Local Wildlife

Reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and preventing wild animals from accessing human food are two ways we can have an immediate positive impact on local wildlife. Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation, Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board, and Grand Teton National Park Foundation are ...
A dry-stack stone wall, similar to those at Pacific Creek and Jenny Lake, was built earlier this summer to create the overlook.

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 ...

SUPPORT YOUR BACKYARD NATIONAL PARK THROUGH OLD BILL'S!

For those of us who are lucky enough to call this place home, it is now more important than ever to give back to Grand Teton National Park. Private philanthropy has the ability to help the park address critical needs, ensuring the park we know today is here for future generations to enjoy. Please consider including Grand Teton National Park Foundation in your Old Bill's giving this year. Your support will help engage young people, protect natural resources, preserve historic places, and improve visitor experiences in your favorite national park. Thank you!

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