Alliance Accomplishments and Highlights from 2014-2015

Alliance Accomplishments and Highlights from 2014-2015
 The Alliance has been busy this year. Check out some highlights and accomplishments from 2014-2015  below, and click on the links to learn more.


Empowered 84 volunteers, who knocked on 1100 doors and spoke to almost 400 of their neighbors about our wildlife, transportation, and housing challenges. Learn more here and here.

Alkali Creek Elk Feedground

Worked with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition to reach a resolution with the Forest Service that takes an important step toward reducing our reliance on supplemental elk feeding. Learn more here.

Conservation Leadership Institute (CLI)

Graduated 43 conservation superheroes, complete with the knowledge and skills needed to create a better future for Jackson Hole. Learn more here.

Wild Neighborhoods Website

Launched an interactive website that provides homeowners with information regarding proactive measures to reduce conflicts with wildlife and prepare for wildfire. Learn more here

Wildlife Crossing Master Plan

Secured Teton County funding for the development of a plan to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions. Learn more here. 

Research Fund Projects

Released the Jackson/Teton County Land Development Study and conducted public opinion research on the wildlife, transportation, and housing challenges we face, to provide needed data on which to base sound public policy decisions. Learn more here and here.  

Land Development Regulations

Worked to ensure our land use rules align with the vision and values of our community. Learn more here and here. 

Phone: (307) 733-9417
685 S. Cache St. PO Box 2728
Jackson, Wyoming 83001