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NPS Academy Alum Cameran Bahnsen Returns to Grand Teton for New Role as Tribal Community Engagement Fellow

Cameran stands with Grand Teton National Park wearing red shawls to bring awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous Peoples. In 2019, Cameran Bahnsen was living in Los Angeles and leading field trips for Title 1 schools into the Santa Monica Mountains. ...
Renewing Life on Mormon Goals

MORMON ROW PROJECT UPDATE AND CHALLENGE GRANT

As we near the conclusion of a multiyear campaign to renew the Mormon Row Historic District, we are excited to announce that a long-time friend of the park, John L. Nau, III, is offering a challenge grant to help us ...

February Wildlife Whereabouts: Resident Wildlife Face Winter Challenges

Photo by Grand Teton NPS. As of Friday, February 23, the Snake River Headwaters is recording snow water equivalents at 90% of median, compared to 106% in 2023 and 83% in 2022 for the same day. As we enter late winter and early ...

2024 Volunteer Opportunities in Grand Teton

Volunteers play a crucial role in Grand Teton National Park, assisting with various tasks such as historic preservation, traffic management, bear education, trail maintenance, wildlife research, and more. The park experiences the highest demand for volunteers during summer, with recruitment ...

2024 Youth Conservation Program is Hiring!

Are you or someone you know passionate about the outdoors and between the ages of 16 and 19? Do you want to spend your summer working in the great outdoors? Then you're in luck because the 2024 Youth Conservation Program ...

Foundation Welcomes New Board of Directors and Resource Council Members

Grand Teton National Park Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of new members to its board of directors and resource council. Joining the board of directors are Chad Carlson, Mary McCarthy and Sean O'Malley, while Barry Gold, Aly Mackenzie, ...
Grizzly bear-human interactions: studies to unravel the relationships of humans and grizzly bears that occupy the same landscape, focused on developing techniques that will foster wild bear populations and safety-conscious visitor activities.

Collaborating to Protect Local Wildlife: Bear Wise Jackson Hole 2023 Achievements

Bear Wise Jackson Hole is a decades-long partnership between the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, and the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation that aims to provide community resources and educational tools to prevent conflicts ...
Adventure Journal: Exploring Grand Teton on Cross Country Skis

Adventure Journal: Winter Activities in Grand Teton

SKI, SNOWSHOE, OR WALK ON THE GROOMED TETON PARK ROAD Winter is in full swing at Grand Teton National Park. For the eleventh consecutive year, the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton to groom Teton Park Road three times a ...
Grand Teton National Park - Wildlife - Bison resting in winter

January Wildlife Whereabouts: Adapting to the Late Snow

Cold temperatures and snowfall have Grand Teton's wildlife utilizing all of their incredible adaptations to navigate and survive the harsh winter season.  This year the snow arrived late creating camouflage difficulties for snowshoe hares and weasels, whose coats turn white ...

December Wildlife Whereabouts: Winter Takes Hold

Winter has arrived in Grand Teton National Park - an excellent time for recreation in the snow but also a challenging time for wildlife in and around the Tetons. Wildlife biologists are asking visitors to avoid disturbing animals by following ...

Creative Ways to Give to Grand Teton this Holiday Season

Happy holidays from all of us at Grand Teton National Park Foundation! In the midst of a busy season of giving, we have a few creative ideas for everyone to support your favorite national park before the end of the ...

October Wildlife Whereabouts: First Snow of the Season

Pronghorn begin preparing for a long migration to their winter ranges outside of Grand Teton. Shorter days and cooler nights mean Grand Teton's wildlife are preparing for the long winter ahead. Many of the animals have already begun their migrations ...
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