Protect wildlife and people – urge Teton County to update Wildlife Feeding regulations

Protect wildlife and people – urge Teton County to update Wildlife Feeding regulations

Now is the time for our community to support our County Commission to update the existing Wildlife Feeding Land Development Regulation to better protect our community and wildlife

On February 28, the Teton County Planning Commission approved a revised version of Section 5.1.3: Wildlife Feeding and Bear Conflict Area in our community’s Land Development Regulations (LDR). The updated version of Section 5.1.3 has been through multiple iterations and we are grateful for the immense amount of work that the Planning Commission, staff, and community members have put into the draft so far. The updated version contains measures that will greatly improve human-wildlife coexistence in Teton County. We support the overall updated language on securing attractants and feeding regulations county-wide, and most notably, the expansion to a county-wide requirement of Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) approved bear-resistant trash cans.  

On April 12th, the County Commission will review the updated version. We need your help to show the Commission our community supports approving and adopting the revised Wildlife Feeding regulation as soon as possible.  

Join the Alliance and our partners in urging the County to approve the revised version of Section 5.1.3!  See our joint comment letter here for talking points. 

Email the County Commissioners with your support of the updated regulation at commissioners@tetoncountywy.gov before the meeting


Plan to give public comment live or over zoom on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 @ 9:00am

Location: Teton County Board of Commissioners
Regular Meeting Agenda
200 S. Willow, Jackson, Wyoming

Zoom info posted to the agenda website a week before

We look forward to collaborating with local community members, stakeholders, community officials, waste management representatives, and NGOs, to communicate and engage homeowners in Teton County to comply with the updated regulation.  Sign up below to get updates, and let’s protect bears and other wildlife in Jackson Hole!  

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