• Teton Basin

    Because of the rare plant and wide-ranging animal species that depend upon it, the Teton River Basin has been ranked the number one private lands conservation priority area within the entire Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for its combination of irreplaceable ecological value and vulnerability.

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  • Teton Basin

    Steeped in agricultural tradition, farming and ranching remains significant in Teton Basin, benefitting both people and wildlife.

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  • South Fork

    The South Fork Snake River corridor from Swan Valley to Menan Buttes is one of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s most outstanding fish and wildlife resources, including the cottonwood gallery forest along this reach of the river, named the number one wildlife resource in Idaho.

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  • Sand Creek and Middle Henry’s Fork

    Because of the combination of rare plant and animal populations in the area, the Henry’s Fork River is ranked as the number two conservation priority within the entire Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for its irreplaceable ecological value.

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  • Island Park and Shotgun Valley

    The Island Park Caldera, the Henry’s Lake Flat, Shotgun Valley, and the south slope of the Centennial Range make up a large and diverse landscape, where there are is great value for migratory and wintering elk and sage grouse, raptor migration corridors, and expansive habitats of value to many species.

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Your support means a lot to us and ensures collaborative projects like these can happen!

Help us do more by supporting us with a Tin Cup gift through the Community Foundation of Teton Valley!

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Do you want to make a difference in the future of eastern Idaho? Do you want to work with a talented and dedicated team of conservationists? Consider joining the Land Trust team as our new Finance and Operations Manager!

The Finance and Operations Manager is a full-time, professional position with a competitive salary and benefits. The Operations Manager acts with the Executive Director to coordinate accounting and administrative operations of TRLT. Core duties include bookkeeping, bank account management, organizational administration, human resource coordination, and Board of Directors support. Reporting to the ED, this position’s primary responsibilities are to ensure organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization’s financial and administrative functions.

Learn more by going to tetonlandtrust.org/connect/employment-opportunities/

#easternidaho #conservation #jobopportunity
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Do you want to make a difference in the future of eastern Idaho? Do you want to work with a talented and dedicated team of conservationists? Consider joining the Land Trust team as our new Finance and Operations Manager!

The Finance and Operations Manager is a full-time, professional position with a competitive salary and benefits. The Operations Manager acts with the Executive Director to coordinate accounting and administrative operations of TRLT. Core duties include bookkeeping, bank account management, organizational administration, human resource coordination, and Board of Directors support. Reporting to the ED, this position’s primary responsibilities are to ensure organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization’s financial and administrative functions.

Learn more by going to https://tetonlandtrust.org/connect/employment-opportunities/

#easternidaho #conservation #jobopportunity

There are still some IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild tickets available for the Teton Valley concert, held on Wednesday, July 24 from 4:30-8:30pm at the beautiful Teton River Headwaters property in Victor, ID. This event has sold out every year, so get your tickets now and bring the whole family!

Link to buy tickets: tetonlandtrust.org/in-a-landscape/

IN A LANDSCAPE is an outdoor concert series where America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall. Guests explore the surrounding environment while listening to the music through wireless headphones, creating an immersive experience that fosters a connection with the music, nature, and with one another.

With 360° views of the Teton, Big Hole, and Snake River Ranges, Teton River Headwaters is our concert site in Victor, Idaho. Conserved by Teton Regional Land Trust and the Watters family, Teton River Headwaters is a 118-acre property with vital wetland meadows and riparian communities. Multiple creeks and springs converge on the property, forming the headwaters of the Teton River, and making it an ecologically important area for wildlife and bird species.

Guests can bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnics to enjoy during the concert. New this year, the Land Trust will be offering a bar selling beer, wine, cider, and non-alcoholic drinks, so you can leave the heavy coolers behind! A silent auction and plein air painters will also be at the site.

#conservation #concert #easternidaho
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There are still some IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild tickets available for the Teton Valley concert, held on Wednesday, July 24 from 4:30-8:30pm at the beautiful Teton River Headwaters property in Victor, ID. This event has sold out every year, so get your tickets now and bring the whole family! 

Link to buy tickets: https://tetonlandtrust.org/in-a-landscape/

IN A LANDSCAPE is an outdoor concert series where America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall. Guests explore the surrounding environment while listening to the music through wireless headphones, creating an immersive experience that fosters a connection with the music, nature, and with one another. 

With 360° views of the Teton, Big Hole, and Snake River Ranges, Teton River Headwaters is our concert site in Victor, Idaho. Conserved by Teton Regional Land Trust and the Watters family, Teton River Headwaters is a 118-acre property with vital wetland meadows and riparian communities. Multiple creeks and springs converge on the property, forming the headwaters of the Teton River, and making it an ecologically important area for wildlife and bird species.

Guests can bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnics to enjoy during the concert. New this year, the Land Trust will be offering a bar selling beer, wine, cider, and non-alcoholic drinks, so you can leave the heavy coolers behind! A silent auction and plein air painters will also be at the site.
 
#conservation #concert #easternidaho
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🌲🦌Support Teton Regional Land Trust’s work to conserve vital wildlife habitat this Tin Cup giving season! Your donation helps protect diverse wildlife and conserve our natural landscapes in Teton Valley. 

Donate to Teton Regional Land Trust to make a lasting impact on this special place! (link in bio)
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#TetonLandTrust #Wildlife #Conservation #TinCup
Do you want to make a difference in the future of eastern Idaho? Do you want to work with a talented and dedicated team of conservationists? Consider joining the Land Trust team as our new Finance and Operations Manager!

The Finance and Operations Manager is a full-time, professional position with a competitive salary and benefits. The Operations Manager acts with the Executive Director to coordinate accounting and administrative operations of TRLT. Core duties include bookkeeping, bank account management, organizational administration, human resource coordination, and Board of Directors support. Reporting to the ED, this position’s primary responsibilities are to ensure organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization’s financial and administrative functions.

Learn more by going to https://tetonlandtrust.org/connect/employment-opportunities/. (link in bio)

#easternidaho #conservation #jobopportunity
Join Teton Creek Corridor Partners @tvtapidaho, @tetonlandtrust @friendsofthetetonriver, Valley Advocates for Responsible Development, and @legacyworkstetons for a summertime walk and talk on the corridor on Wednesday, July 10th, at 10 a.m. The walk will last approximately two hours.

The Teton Creek Corridor is more than just a pathway; it’s a testament to our community’s dedication and hard work. This project represents a multi-year, large-scale community conservation effort bringing together recreation and trails, land conservation, agriculture, water and river restoration, and community development. Come learn more and spend time with five of our area’s nonprofits who are making a difference in Teton Valley!

RSVP with Friends of the Teton River (link in bio). They will follow up with an e-mail before the event to give more details on where to meet, what to bring, and what to expect. See you there!

#easternidaho #conservation #hike
Here is eastern Idaho, we are so lucky to have spacious skies, amber waves of grain, and purple mountain majesties. The natural American landscape is a part of our heritage. Our forests, rivers, mountains, and open spaces are treasures that have been preserved for everyone to enjoy. 

As you celebrate with your friends and families today, know that your Land Trust is committed to protecting and conserving these natural wonders. Happy 4th of July! 

#4thofjuly #conservation #easternidaho
Join us in the Tin Cup Challenge to safeguard the essential agricultural lands of Teton Valley! By supporting Teton Regional Land Trust, you’re helping to preserve the farms and ranches that are the backbone of our community and heritage. These lands not only support our local economy, but also maintain the scenic beauty and rural character we all cherish. Your contribution ensures that these landscapes remain productive and vibrant for future generations. 

Together, we can protect our agricultural legacy and promote a sustainable future.

Donate to TRLT this Tin Cup to help protect these vital lands! (link in bio)

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#TinCupChallenge #ProtectOurWildlife #TetonValley #ProtectOurWaters #ProtectOurFarms #WildlifeCorridors #ProtectOurLands #TetonLandTrust #conservation #agriculture
There are still some @inalandscape tickets available for the Teton Valley concert, held on Wednesday, July 24 from 4:30-8:30pm at the beautiful Teton River Headwaters property in Victor, ID. This event has sold out every year, so get your tickets now and bring the whole family! (link in bio)

IN A LANDSCAPE is an outdoor concert series where America’s most stunning landscapes replace the traditional concert hall. Guests explore the surrounding environment while listening to the music through wireless headphones, creating an immersive experience that fosters a connection with the music, nature, and with one another. 

With 360° views of the Teton, Big Hole, and Snake River Ranges, Teton River Headwaters is our concert site in Victor, Idaho. Conserved by Teton Regional Land Trust and the Watters family, Teton River Headwaters is a 118-acre property with vital wetland meadows and riparian communities. Multiple creeks and springs converge on the property, forming the headwaters of the Teton River, and making it an ecologically important area for wildlife and bird species.

Guests can bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnics to enjoy during the concert. New this year, the Land Trust will be offering a bar selling beer, wine, cider, and non-alcoholic drinks, so you can leave the heavy coolers behind! A silent auction and plein air painters will also be at the site.
 
#conservation #concert #easternidaho
Did you know that Teton Regional Land Trust has protected 29 miles of the Teton River to keep it pristine and free from development? If you love the Teton River as much as we do, consider making a contribution to Teton Regional Land Trust during Tin Cup to ensure our community will forever be able to float, fish, and view the incredible wildlife on the Teton River.

Donate to TRLT this Tin Cup to protect our special place! (link in bio)
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#TinCupChallenge #ProtectOurWildlife #TetonValley #ProtectOurWaters #ProtectOurFarms #WildlifeCorridors #ProtectOurLands #TetonLandTrust #conservation #agriculture #TetonRiver
Thank you to all the runners, volunteers, sponsors, and people who came out to cheer on their friends and loved ones at Wrun for Wray on Saturday! 

And an extra special thanks to @grandtargheeresort, @michelino_sunseri, and @wraylanilandon for helping to make the event such a success.

#race #conservation #easternidaho
***Last chance to buy raffle tickets online. The online sale will end at 5pm today. After that, come join us at Targhee to buy tickets and support the racers.***

Please join Teton Regional Land Trust at Wrun for Wray tomorrow, Saturday, June 22 at @grandtargheeresort at 10am. Runners and walkers welcome for this 2.9 mile uphill climb.

Even if you can't run, you can still support the Wray Landon Legacy Fund and win some amazing prizes by buying raffle tickets! You do not have to be present to win. Top prize is a season pass to Grand Targhee Resort and there are so many other wonderful prizes.

See link in bio to register to run or buy raffle tickets.

#grandtarghee #race #run #conservation

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Conserving working farms and ranches, fish and wildlife habitat, and scenic open spaces in Eastern Idaho for this and future generations.