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A Message from Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Spending time outside in nature can give us solace and peace of mind. We share the image below that was taken last Friday in Grand Teton National Park. We hope it brings you comfort and encouragement during this unsettled time. ...

Adventure Journal: Photo Tips for Winter in Grand Teton

By Simon Yeo While Grand Teton National Park may be famous among photographers for its breathtaking summer sunsets and crystal clear mountain reflections, winter in the park offers a whole new set of beautiful Teton views. Whether you are a ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Deep Snow in February

This winter has been a snowy one for wildlife. Across elevations, the Snake River Headwaters is recording snow water equivalents at or above 100%. Thus, as we enter late winter/early spring, keep in mind that this is the toughest time ...

Volunteer Opportunities in Grand Teton

Volunteers are a critical component of everyday operations in Grand Teton National Park. Their passion and dedication help protect park resources and keep visitors safe and informed during a moose jams, backcountry camping trips, and more. The highest demand for ...

YCP Member Named Youth Conservationist of the Year

We are happy to share that Isabelle Burky, a participant of the Foundation's 2019 Youth Conservation Program (YCP), was recently named Wyoming Game and Fish's first Youth Conservationist of the Year for 2020! Isabelle was selected for the award for ...

Foundation-Funded Snow Ranger Monitors Avalanche Conditions in Grand Teton

Outdoor enthusiasts have long adored the Tetons for many reasons, one of them being the 400+ average inches of snow that falls on the range every winter, creating unrivaled backcountry skiing conditions. Snow science professionals at the Bridger-Teton National Forest ...

Adventure Journal: Nordic Ski to the Lucas-Fabian Homestead

Foundation-funded grooming of Teton Park Road is in full-swing and offers visitors a unique winter experience in one of America's most iconic national parks. With 14 miles of Nordic track to enjoy, the region between Taggart Lake Trailhead and Signal ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Winter Adaptations

Bison foraging in deep snow near the town of Kelly in Grand Teton National Park. Photo by Ryan Sheets. A continuous series of storms during the first two weeks of January dropped more than ten feet of snow on the ...

Adventure Journal: Teton Park Road Winter Grooming Underway

For the seventh consecutive winter, the Foundation is partnering with Grand Teton National Park to provide regular grooming of Teton Park Road between the Taggart Lake and Signal Mountain trailheads. The track will be groomed between Taggart Lake Trailhead and ...

Help Protect Grand Teton’s Wildlife—Gift a Bear Box!

Looking for a great holiday gift for the wildlife enthusiast in your life? $1,500 funds a bear-resistant food storage box in Grand Teton National Park, with a 3 x 5 inch plaque to acknowledge your special person. They will also ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Winter Settles In

A red fox in Grand Teton National Park. This particular animal has a melanistic color pattern. Red foxes, including those in the Jackson area, can be the standard red color, completely black, and anything in between. This one displays a ...

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 ...
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