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
effectively worked as a
watchdog to keep
Jackson Hole wild
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.
Alliance Releases the Jackson/Teton County Land Development Study
Oct 7, 2015
Purpose The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance undertook the Jackson/Teton County Land Development Study to help support implementation of the 2012 Jackson/ Teton County Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan). Our objectives were to provide needed data on which to base solid public policy decisions, to clarify the policy choices before us, to identify viable tools for achieving […]Read More
This Land is…
Oct 7, 2015
Takeover of federal lands would have disastrous consequences- Planet Jackson Hole Guest Opinion by Craig Benjamin We knew better. The hiking guidebook bluntly states, “The exit on this trail is a sandy, shadeless, brutal uphill slog and the low elevations here translate into very hot temperatures.” Though temperatures had risen into the 90s the day […]Read More
Keep Jackson Wild
Sep 23, 2015
Citizens must take steps to ensure peaceful co-existence among ‘everyone.’ (Planet Jackson Hole) Black bears breaking into a Hoback home, raiding picnics at String Lake and shutting down the Moose-Wilson road. Smoke from monster wildfires across the west fouling our air so badly the Tetons disappeared from sight. A Grizzly snacking on apples in South […]Read More