The Mormon Row Historic District is Grand Teton National Park's most visited and well-loved cultural destination. The iconic barns and surrounding structures are the physical remains of a community of resilient homesteaders sent by the Church of Jesus Christ of ...
Interagency Collaboration Between Grand Teton National Park and Bridger Teton Avalanche Center Continues for Fifth Year
Backcountry users are exploring terrain throughout Grand Teton, emphasizing the importance of adding professional observations directly from the park to the BTAC forecast. Photo by Jackson Knoll. This winter marks the fifth year of Grand Teton National Park's growing partnership ...
Cold temperatures and snowfall have Grand Teton's wildlife utilizing all of their incredible adaptations to navigate and survive the harsh winter season. Moose use their long legs to move through deep snow to areas of preferred forage. Moose calves remain with ...
We have partnered with Wander Project to bring you charity bibs for the Grand Teton Half Marathon and 5K in June 2023! How does a charity bib work? A charity bib is a free entry into one of the events ...
The Snake River Gateways campaign is protecting natural resources and improving the visitor experience at three high-use destinations in Grand Teton National Park: Pacific Creek Landing, Jackson Lake Dam, and Moose Landing. The new designs blend access, safety, and education ...
Thanks to some great early season snow storms, winter is in full-swing in Grand Teton National Park! It is time to get out your skis, snowshoes, and other cold-weather gear and make your way to the park. This is the ...
Grand Teton National Park Foundation receives grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore native sagebrush-grassland
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has awarded a grant to support the restoration of sagebrush ecosystem in Grand Teton National Park (GTNP) with a multi-year, $150,000 award to Grand Teton National Park Foundation. The grant will enable the ...
Looking for a great holiday gift for the wildlife enthusiast in your life? $2,500 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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; ...
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 ...
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