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Fund a bear box this holiday season!

Each summer, Grand Teton’s frontcountry campsites and picnic areas fill with visitors from near and far. With the grizzly and black bear populations increasing in the park, it is more important than ever for campers to properly store food. Bear-resistant ...

Adventure Journal: XC Ski Touring in Grand Teton

With 14 miles of groomed road, the region between Bradley-Taggart and Signal Mountain is a destination in and of itself. Once on the road, winter travelers can go by foot, snowshoe, or ski and enjoy the splendor of winter in ...

Coca-Cola Provides $34,000 Grant to Advance Youth Conservation Program in GTNP

The Coca-Cola Foundation awarded Grand Teton National Park Foundation a grant of $34,000 to support the Youth Conservation Program (YCP), a privately-funded teen trail crew that works to improve trails and historic sites in Grand Teton National Park. YCP is ...

Loved to Death

Jenny Lake, Grand Teton’s most visited destination, hosts more than 1 million people each year—a number that was inconceivable in the 1930s when the Civilian Conservation Corps crews built park trails. Over the years, this area has degraded and cumulative ...

Teton Park Road: Grooming This Winter!

Grand Teton is a paradise for winter recreation enthusiasts, and we are pleased to announce the Foundation will support consistent grooming of the Teton Park Road this coming winter! The road will be groomed from the Bradley-Taggart trailhead to Signal ...

Trail Work in Grand Teton: Youth Conservation Program 2014 VIDEO

During the Foundation’s ten-week Youth Conservation Program, students are challenged to work as a team, develop leadership skills, and see the results of their own conservation efforts during a summer on the trails of Grand Teton. Moreover, they are offered ...

Adventure Journal: Cozy up to the fire with classic Grand Teton reads

Maybe it’s the fresh layer of snow on the mountains or the daylight hours that continue to fade, but fall seems to be the perfect time to catch up on your reading list. We have compiled a list of a ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Migrating wildlife on the move

Photo courtesy of Sheets Studios • Moose have begun concentrating in the sagebrush/grassland areas in the south end of the park. They are seeking bitterbrush and other foods in these areas that provide fall nutrition. • Mule deer and pronghorn ...

New Board and Resource Council Members

We are delighted to announce five new additions to the Foundation’s board of directors and resource council. Trina Overlock and Lisa Wan have joined the Foundation board, while Charlotte Quesada Krugh, Ann Ryan, and John Rutter are the newest members ...

In the Spotlight: Maverik

Born and bred in Wyoming, Brad Call is no stranger to inspiring landscapes and world-class recreation. This high-energy executive of Maverik convenience stores not only carries on the family business but has taken the company in a direction that combines ...

In the Spotlight: Corporate Partners Volunteer in Grand Teton

This summer, a few of our corporate supporters went above and beyond in their commitment to Grand Teton National Park by shutting down their offices and trading their keyboards for hand-saws and clippers. A day of trail work in Grand ...

Adventure Journal: Top 3 Spots to Listen for Elk Bugling in October

Fall is a spectacular season in Grand Teton and can provide visitors with sensory experiences that they are unlikely to forget. From the vibrant colors of changing leaves to the brisk breeze felt early in the morning on October hikes, ...
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