Grand Teton’s Mormon Row Historic District is one of the most visited sites in Jackson Hole due to its historical relevance and beautiful setting. Part of the National Register of Historic Places, Mormon Row is one of the country’s best representations of an early 1900s western farming community. Over the last century, the vacant buildings have succumbed to the harsh elements of weather in Jackson Hole. Roofs, foundations, and corrals are just a few of the many areas on Mormon Row that have been slowly degrading over time.
Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Foundation funded much-needed preservation work in 2014, 2015, and 2016 to ensure Mormon Row treasures remain standing for visitors to enjoy and appreciate well into the future.