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In the Spotlight: U.S. Bank

As one of the largest commercial banks in the country, U.S. Bank is committed to supporting and enriching communities where they operate. U.S. Bank has been a supporter of the Foundation's youth programs since 2011. We recently had the opportunity ...

Support of All Sorts: Corporate Sponsorships

As businesses become increasingly aware of the positive impact that national parks have on our country and population, their subsequent decisions to support GTNPF have provided opportunities to creatively engage consumers while also showcasing their efforts. By providing cash and ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Spring migrations have officially begun!

A young bull elk moves north from the refuge. Photo by Patrick Leary With the arrival of spring to Grand Teton, wildlife that spent the winter here begin to move to summer feeding grounds and species who winter elsewhere start ...

Successful Season of Trail Grooming: VIDEO

For the second year in a row the Foundation provided funds to supplement trail grooming of the Teton Park Road throughout the winter season. Thousands of skiers, snowshoers, and walkers enjoyed regular grooming of the 14 mile section of road ...

Veronica Verdin’s Life-Changing Experience in NPS Academy

Veronica Verdin is a senior at Bowdoin College in Maine and an alumna of the NPS Academy class of 2014. Following the spring break orientation in Grand Teton, Veronica interned at Zion National Park last summer and returned to the ...

Winter in Grand Teton, Through Photos

Didn't get a chance to visit Grand Teton this winter? Not to worry! This short video highlights beautiful moments that will make you feel as though you never left.

Adventure Journal: April on the Teton Park Road

As the first signs of spring begin to emerge in Grand Teton, we can only think of one thing to remedy the post-winter-pre-summer blues—a snow and car free park road during the month of April! Recent plowing efforts have cleared ...

Progress at Jenny Lake: VIDEO UPDATE

The summer of 2014 marked the official start to construction as part of Inspiring Journeys: A Campaign for Jenny Lake. Throughout the season, trail crews completed challenging work on the west side of Jenny Lake creating beautiful, sustainable trails that ...

Adventure Journal: A Morning Snowshoe

Emily Greiff, the newest addition to our staff, describes her first experience snowshoeing in Grand Teton: Having relocated to Jackson from NYC in October, I am very new to the wonders of Grand Teton National Park. In order to familiarize ...

In the Spotlight: Bank of the West

For over 135 years, Bank of the West has been committed to assisting communities not only by providing financial services that help businesses and individuals prosper, but also by contributing in the form of volunteerism and charitable gifts. GTNPF is ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Longer Days and Warming Temps — How does wildlife adapt?

River otters enjoying a winter day in Grand Teton. Photo by Ryan Sheets Warm temperatures in February have led to some interesting behaviors from Grand Teton's wildlife: • By late February bull moose have dropped their antlers. To tell the ...

EClimb the Grand Teton!

It is impossible to set foot in Grand Teton National Park without trying to imagine the view from the top of the highest peak in the range – the Grand Teton. This majestic mountain rises more than 7,000 vertical feet ...
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