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Trail Talk: Behind the scenes with Grand Teton National Park’s Youth Conservation Program – Week 4

YCP was BUSY this week! It was right back to work as the crew dug into a new reroute near Grandview Point Trailhead. The 22-person crew was able to create over 300 feet of new trail tread in a matter ...

Parks Project

We have a passion for the outdoors and believe it's our responsibility to promote, protect, and preserve public lands. Each collection of quality goods is made with purpose and helps fund a project in our parks. Whether it's supporting bear ...

Trail Talk: Behind the scenes with Grand Teton National Park’s Youth Conservation Program – Week 2

At the beginning of the second week of YCP, the final two participants arrived, bringing the crew to a solid 22 members. The group returned to Jenny Lake where they performed more rehabilitation work around the new Chasm Bridge and ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Summer is Here!

Photo courtesy of Jerry Herman. Long days and warm temperatures mark summer's arrival in Grand Teton National Park. As daily high temperatures rise with the season, mid-day animal activity will be reduced considerably. Be sure to get out early in ...

Foundation commits to major investment along Snake River in Grand Teton National Park

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the 10th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic designation of the headwaters of the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park Foundation is launching a multi-year campaign ...

Adventure Journal: Seven Necessities for Your Summer Pack

It is officially summer in the Tetons and time to start preparing for those flower-filled hikes and backpacking trips you have been dreaming of all winter. Although the peaks are still covered in snow, lower elevation hikes are melting out ...

Trail Talk: Behind the scenes with Grand Teton National Park’s Youth Conservation Program – Week 1

The 2019 season of Grand Teton National Park's Youth Conservation Program began this week with a strong crew of twenty-two participants from across the country. This year's team has a record number of female participants with thirteen young women joining ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Nesting and Nurturing

The onset of spring and increase in nutritious vegetation supports new life as animals return to the park to forage and reproduce. Birds are nesting, trout are spawning, and mammals are caring for their offspring after a long winter. Much ...

Adventure Journal: Springtime Birding in Grand Teton

Spring is an excellent time of year to look for birds in Grand Teton National Park. Warmer weather and longer days bring an increase in bird activity as many species return to their summer nesting grounds. Young great horned owls ...

A Passion for Place: New Partnership with Rendezvous Mountain Rentals

Grand Teton National Park Foundation is proud to partner with local businesses who support our mission to protect and enhance Grand Teton National Park. This month we would like to highlight one of our newest corporate partners—Rendezvous Mountain Rentals (RMR). ...

Adventure Journal: Safe Wildlife Viewing in Grand Teton

Spring in Grand Teton is a time when many species wake up from hibernating, migrate to their summer feeding grounds, and give birth to offspring. For us, it's also a great time to spot wildlife such as bears, moose, and ...

Bear Aware: Are You Prepared?

Grizzly bears began emerging from their dens in mid-March. Males are generally first, followed by females without cubs. Females with cubs of the year are usually last, typically not emerging until sometime in May. Now that bears are out and ...
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