Safe Wildlife Crossings: a top SPET priority

Why does Town Zoning matter?

Why does Town Zoning matter?

The “District 3-6” residential zoning in Town is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to shape our future by locating growth where it belongs. Developers are constantly pushing to upzone, annex, and build on important open space and...

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Community Encounters: Whitebark Pine

Community Encounters: Whitebark Pine

Clark’s nutcrackers and whitebark pine: a fascinating mutualism, and a reminder that our backyards are interconnected with the rest of the world By Taza Schaming, Ph.D. – Research Associate, Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative Hike up...

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Community Encounters: Goshawk

Community Encounters: Goshawk

  By Jon Mobeck – Executive Director, Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation This is the story of an elusive and magnificent bird, and a story of a walk in the woods. They are connected. I enjoy wandering in the forest, looking and listening...

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What’s the deal with SKRMA?

What’s the deal with SKRMA?

We want Snow King to succeed financially. Right now, a group of stakeholders is drawing up scenarios for the future of the Town Hill, including balanced visions like what we shared recently. But we’ve been here before – our Town already gave Snow...

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Community Encounter: Ungulates

Community Encounter: Ungulates

By Tiana Wilson This valley is special for more reasons than anyone can count on one hand. The views, the places, the playgrounds, and the passion all make Jackson Hole what it is. But something that one simply can’t picture this place without is...

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Community Encounters: Moose

Community Encounters: Moose

by Pietro Castelli In June of 2017 I drove across the country from Boston to Jackson, completing the last leg of the journey up 191 through Rock Springs. On the way up I drove under some curious looking bridges that crossed over the highway but...

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