Protecting the Pieces: Facts and Data

Protecting the Pieces: Facts and Data

At the Alliance, we work to fit all the ‘pieces’ of conservation together to create a better future for Jackson Hole. Our holistic approach is what makes us unique, and we are proud to be serving this important role for our community.

In the coming weeks, we are going to share pieces of the puzzle for conservation in Jackson Hole and talk about the work we do to help make them fit together.

The first pieces, and the foundation for everything we do, are facts and data.

We strive to make all of our decisions based on the best facts and data available. And if there are gaps in the data, we work with experts to conduct further research. We work with partners, including other organizations, agencies, and local experts, to create and use the latest research to craft and advocate for the best and most cutting edge policies in conservation.

Most recently, we commissioned local scientists to write the State of Wildlife Report through our Research Fund, a fund intended to support community-wide conversations about the long-term consequences of our decisions. The Report compiles the most-recent research in wildlife and habitat so that our whole community can protect our wildlife based on the best available and most accurate science. This project will inform and guide our future initiatives as well as facilitate a community dialogue around wildlife and conservation issues.

To support decisions grounded in facts and data, consider a gift to the Alliance today.

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