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Inspiring Journeys

Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake is a $16 million public-private collaboration between Grand Teton National Park and Grand Teton National Park Foundation will transform Jenny Lake’s trails, bridges, key destinations, and visitor complex. The project will celebrate the ...

Youth Conservation Program

The Youth Conservation Program (YCP) is more than a summer job; it's an action-packed educational opportunity that accomplishes much needed work in one of America’s most popular landscapes while helping participants develop a personal conservation ethic. Young adults work, earn, ...

Wolves

A top predator missing from the ecosystem for nearly 70 years has returned Wolves were absent from Grand Teton National Park from the 1930s to 1998, when a breeding pair originating from animals introduced to Yellowstone National Park denned and ...

Jenny Lake Project Update: May 2014

In late May, as Jenny Lake's shores finally began to see significant snow melt, park staff, project engineers, and a helicopter team descended on the area to kick off 2014's construction season for an exciting multi-year project: Inspiring Journeys: A ...

2014 Youth Programs: Summer Sessions Now Underway

Summertime sessions of each of the Foundation's three youth programs are soon to begin!  In recent weeks, GTNPF staff has been working to ensure that uniforms are ready and waiting for participants in the 2014 Youth Conservation Program (YCP), a ...

Mitigating New Threats to Bighorn Sheep

In 1969, mountain goats were introduced in Idaho and have since expanded into Grand Teton. They now threaten Teton Range bighorn sheep, a native herd whose protection is one of Wyoming’s and the park’s highest conservation priorities. If left unchecked, ...

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