Welcome to the
Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance
Protecting the wildlife, wild places, and community character of Jackson Hole by empowering the whole community to live in balance with nature.
Since 1979, the Alliance has effectively worked to keep Jackson Hole wild and beautiful.
Now, we are building on our tradition of protecting what makes this valley special by uniting our community around a shared vision.Learn More
Calendar of Events
We are pleased to announce the following events.
Stay up to date on the latest news.
On The Road To A Better Future
Jan 26, 2023
Why the Conservation Alliance Invested in Transportation The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance just completed an extensive transportation study, analyzing the future of the Highway 22 corridor between the Town of Jackson, Highway 390 and Teton Pass, with recommendations to mitigate the transportation challenges facing those roadways. During that process, we were asked, fairly frequently, […]Read More
The Fate of Karns Meadow
Jan 26, 2023
Just because we can doesn’t mean we should… Article Updated 1/30/23 11:05AM Brief history: Karns Meadow is a 41-acre parcel of largely undeveloped land lying between West Jackson (a mixed-use area), downtown Jackson (a commercial area) and South Jackson (residential areas and at the foot of the Snow King ridge). The Karns family sold the […]Read More
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) Elk Depend On Private Property
Jan 11, 2023
Migrating elk need to cross human boundaries and so will conservation efforts to maintain this iconic species. Written by Kevin Krasnow, Ph.D. A recent study looked to see how much this region’s elk depend on private land. Gigliotti et al (2022) used locations from 1,088 GPS collared elk from 26 different herds to investigate […]Read More