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Pura Vida Summer 2020

We are pleased to report Pura Vida for local Latinx students took place this summer and involved a variety of fun and educational activities that taught participants about the connection between art and conservation. The program occurred during the third ...

Native Species Return to Kelly Hayfields

Native sulphur buckwheat, seen above, is returning to the Kelly Hayfields through concerted efforts of park staff and partners. Photo: Todd Smith, Alpyn Beauty. Jackson Hole’s early homesteaders settled in the area now known as Mormon Row in Grand Teton ...

Adventure Journal: High Country Hikes in Grand Teton

Summer is in full-swing and the upper reaches of the canyons in Grand Teton National Park are beginning to melt out, opening up opportunities to explore the high country. The extensive trail system in the park encompasses over 300 miles ...

Foundation Supports Teton Crest Trail Renewal

View of the Grand Teton, Middle Teton, and South Teton from Hurricane Pass. Photo by Jenny KIng. The Teton Crest Trail (TCT) is a forty-five-mile-long backcountry trail that passes through the high country of Grand Teton National Park. The TCT ...

Award Winning Brew to Benefit Snake River

Proceeds from SRB's Snake River Pale Ale will support project work in Grand Teton National Park. Grand Teton National Park Foundation is pleased to announce our partnership with Snake River Brewing Company (SRB). The local restaurant and brewery is generously ...

Wildlife Whereabouts July: Summer in Full Swing

Wolf pups from successfully reproducing packs are out and about, learning about the new world around them, playing and growing rapidly. Photo by Gene Tremblay. • The bison herd in Grand Teton was still calving in June. In July, early-born ...

Adventure Journal: How to Responsibly Enjoy Grand Teton This Summer

Grand Teton National Park is open for the summer season! The health and safety of visitors and employees is the park's highest priority during this unprecedented time. Grand Teton is implementing the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control ...

Diehl Gallery Exhibition Benefits Foundation

Artist Claire Brewster's work is currently on display at the Diehl Gallery in Jackson, proceeds benefit GTNPF. The Foundation is pleased to continue partnering with local Diehl Gallery in an art exhibition that will benefit Grand Teton National Park. Part ...

June Wildlife Whereabouts: Summer is Here

Grizzly 399 grazes while two of her cubs of the year play in Grand Teton National Park. Photo: Latham Jenkins. Long days and warm temperatures mark summer's arrival in Grand Teton National Park. As daily high temperatures rise with the ...

My Park, My Story: Jan Davis

My Park, My Story tells the stories of people who are passionate about Grand Teton National Park and are committed to protecting it for the enjoyment of future generations. In this edition, Foundation Resource Council Member Jan Davis shares what ...

Grand Teton National Park Foundation Transfers Property to Grand Teton National Park to be used for Workforce Housing

The Moulton Ranch Cabins, the last privately-held inholding on the Mormon Row Historic District in Grand Teton National Park, have officially been transferred to the National Park Service from Grand Teton National Park Foundation. The closing took place on April ...

Field Notes from Steve Cain: A Field Biologist’s Spring Reflection

Photo by Henry Holdsworth. Steve Cain is a retired wildlife biologist who spent his 25-year career researching and protecting the wild species of Grand Teton National Park. In his seasonal column, Field Notes, Steve shares his insight on the Greater ...
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