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 a unique opportunity to experience firsthand what it’s like to work for a national park. Grand Teton National Park Foundation thanks the corporations and individuals who enable the success of this program each year through cash contributions and in-kind support.

Watch this video recap of the 2014 season to see crew members and staff recount their experiences:

Plus a few more snapshots from the summer — we couldn’t resist.


Crew members head to the bus after a day of work at the historic T.A. Moulton barn at Mormon Row. Photo by Eric Seymour, JHMR


Back in the woods working on a new bridge. Photo by Patrick Nelson, JHMR

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