The Alliance has long been a stout advocate for public lands and community conservation, fighting to defend our access and to protect our wild landscapes. Today, we are continuing this legacy through watchdogging management decisions, advocating for wildlife habitat on public lands, protecting our valley from commercial helicopter tours, proposing an Ecosystem Stewardship Department in local government, and convening community members to engage in the Bridger-Teton forest plan revision process. But we can’t do it without you – our community. Check back here for opportunities to get involved with public lands and ecosystem stewardship issues.
Right now, we’re working to oppose commercial helicopter tours in Jackson Hole and to ensure that the upcoming revision to the Bridger-Teton National Forest plan is sound, fact-based, and protects the access and ecology of the forest we love. We are also supporting the creation of an Ecosystem Stewardship Department in our local government to address our community’s first Comprehensive Plan value “to preserve and protect the area’s ecosystem.” Click the links below to learn more and get involved in our work.