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Human-Wildlife Coexistence Report Debut
June 15 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
A Global Challenge with Local Roots
Thursday June 15th, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM at the Teton County Library Auditorium.
We share our home of Jackson Hole with beloved wildlife. For 44 years, the Conservation Alliance has helped mitigate the pressures of more people, development, and traffic on these shared wild lands.
The first-ever Teton County Human-Wildlife Coexistence Report highlights successes and the path towards a better, sustainable future through coexistence.
While in southern Africa, humans and wildlife are coexisting in new, remarkable ways that provide a brighter future for another of the world’s most iconic, shared wild places.
Join us at the Teton Public Library Auditorium on Thursday, June 15th to learn about the Coexistence Report and what it tells us about human-wildlife coexistence in Jackson Hole. And how changes in how animals are protected enhances coexistence in Southern Africa. Kevin Krasnow, of the Alliance and Damien Mander, founder of IAPF, will be the speakers.