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Winter Grooming of Teton Park Road to Begin in December

This winter will mark the sixth consecutive season the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton National Park to provide regular grooming of the 14-mile stretch on Teton Park Road between ...
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Fall 2018 Jenny Lake Update

Fall 2018 marked the end of the fifth and final year of major construction associated with our Inspiring Journeys campaign, an effort to renew Grand Teton's most popular destination—Jenny Lake ...
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New Park Weather Stations Up and Running for Winter Season

Photo by Aaron Diamond. This fall, the Foundation partnered with the park and Bridger Teton Avalanche Center (BTAC) to purchase and install winter weather stations in the park. Two instruments—wind ...
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Looking for a Creative Christmas gift? Give a Bear Box!

Be creative with your holiday shopping this season while protecting Grand Teton’s bears! Looking for a different gift for a wildlife enthusiast in your life? Give a bear-resistant food storage ...
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Wildlife Whereabouts: Hibernation and Migration

Bear 399 and her two cubs were spotted frequently during the month of November. Photo by Jack Bayles Photography. November brought cooler temperatures and snow to Grand Teton. The park's ...
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Foundation Welcomes New Board and Resource Council Members

Photo by Lisa Wan. We are pleased to announce the appointment of new members to both our board of directors and resource council. The newest members of the Foundation board ...
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VIDEO: From The Bronx to Grand Teton: Millie Jimenez shares how NPS Academy changed her life

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 ...
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Renewing Trails Destroyed by the 2016 Berry Creek Fire

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 ...
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Wildlife Whereabouts: Getting Ready for Winter

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 ...
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Fall Moments in Grand Teton

The Foundation hosted a fall photo contest on Instagram during the month of September, which drew hundreds of entries. Take a look at some of our favorite Grand Teton images ...
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