Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Posts With Tag: Historic Preservation

  • Preserving Grand Teton’s Historic Bar BC Dude Ranch

    Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

    The historic Bar BC in Grand Teton National Park is the second-oldest and best-known dude ranch in Jackson Hole, and served as an inspiration and a model for the establishment of later dude ranches. Created in 1912, its fame spread far beyond Jackson Hole through the reputation of its colorful owners and clientele that included […]

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  • Tribal Youth Corps in Grand Teton

    Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

    The Tribal Youth Corps program is a new youth initiative made possible through a partnership between Grand Teton National Park and the Montana Conservation Corps. American Indian high school students from the Wind River and Fort Hall communities have been working long hours to complete a variety of preservation projects within the Mormon Row Historic District.

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  • Tauck Grant to Help Preserve Iconic Mormon Row Structures in Grand Teton National Park

    Thursday, March 31st, 2016

    We are pleased to announce that a major grant provided by Tauck, a leader in premium quality guided tours and cruises, will help preserve the historic buildings and landscapes at Grand Teton’s Mormon Row.

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  • T.A. Moulton Barn: A summer of preserving the past at Mormon Row

    Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

    The T.A. Moulton Barn at Mormon Row was the focus of the Foundation’s 2015 Historic Preservation Initiative. This summer, volunteers and park staff worked to rehabilitate this iconic structure.

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  • Preserving Grand Teton’s Most Iconic Historic District – Mormon Row

    Thursday, August 28th, 2014

    Grand Teton’s Mormon Row Historic District is one of the most visited sites in Jackson Hole due to its historic relevance and undeniable beauty. Over the last century, the vacant buildings along Mormon Row have succumbed to the harsh elements of seasons and weather in Jackson Hole.

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