• 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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We would like to thank Hand Fire Pizza and Highpoint Cider for giving us the opportunity to meet with their guests during Highpoint's BINGO night and Hand Fire's Pizza for a Purpose. It was so nice to talk to locals and visitors about our work protecting land in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming.

And thank you to all our members and others who came out and supported the Land Trust at these two events. We hope you had fun and enjoyed yourselves as much as we did!

#conservation #easternidaho #bingo #pizza
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We would like to thank Hand Fire Pizza and Highpoint Cider for giving us the opportunity to meet with their guests during Highpoints BINGO night and Hand Fires Pizza for a Purpose. It was so nice to talk to locals and visitors about our work protecting land in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. 

And thank you to all our members and others who came out and supported the Land Trust at these two events. We hope you had fun and enjoyed yourselves as much as we did!

#conservation #easternidaho #bingo #pizza

Join Teton Regional Land Trust today, February 20 from 5-9pm at Hand Fire Pizza in Jackson, WY for their weekly Pizza for Purpose. The Land Trust will receive a portion of tonight's pizza sales and will also have a space where we can talk to guests about what we do in the community.

If you’re a Jackson resident, please come join us and say hi. If you live over the pass or elsewhere in Idaho, but will be in Jackson for work or play, you can grab a pizza to go on your way home tonight!

#conservation #jacksonhole #pizza
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Join Teton Regional Land Trust today, February 20 from 5-9pm at Hand Fire Pizza in Jackson, WY for their weekly Pizza for Purpose. The Land Trust will receive a portion of tonights pizza sales and will also have a space where we can talk to guests about what we do in the community.

If you’re a Jackson resident, please come join us and say hi. If you live over the pass or elsewhere in Idaho, but will be in Jackson for work or play, you can grab a pizza to go on your way home tonight!

#conservation #jacksonhole #pizza
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Upcoming Events and Happenings

Latest Teton Regional Land Trust News

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Teton Regional Land Trust presents the 6th Annual Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival

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Wrun for Wray Targhee Hill Climb to return for 11th Race, honoring a legacy and impacting community

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Teton Regional Land Trust partners with landowners to conserve over a mile of creek frontage along Bitch Creek

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Teton Regional Land Trust is looking to hire either a Stewardship Coordinator or a Stewardship Associate (depending on the applicant's level of experience). The stewardship team acts with the Stewardship Director to complete conservation easement stewardship, baseline documentation, land management, and other duties to support Teton Regional Land Trust’s mission. 

A description of these positions and instructions on how to apply can be found on our website. (link to employment page is in our bio)

#conservation #easternidaho #stewardship
We would like to thank @handfirepizzajh and @highpointcider for giving us the opportunity to meet with their guests during Highpoint's BINGO night and Hand Fire's Pizza for a Purpose. It was so nice to talk to locals and visitors about our work protecting land in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. 

And thank you to all our members and others who came out and supported the Land Trust at these two events. We hope you had fun and enjoyed yourselves as much as we did!

#conservation #easternidaho #bingo #pizza
Join Teton Regional Land Trust today, February 20 from 5-9pm at @handfirepizzajh in Jackson, WY for their weekly Pizza for Purpose. The Land Trust will receive a portion of tonight's pizza sales and will also have a space where we can talk to guests about what we do in the community.

If you’re a Jackson resident, please come join us and say hi. If you live over the pass or elsewhere in Idaho, but will be in Jackson for work or play, you can grab a pizza to go on your way home tonight!

#conservation #jacksonhole #pizza
The Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival poster contest is now open and we will be accepting submissions until April 15, 2024. We absolutely love seeing the amazing crane artwork you send us. The hardest part is picking just one. 

From its inception, the Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival has incorporated artistic components as a way of connecting with cranes. The festival has included many art elements like sculpture, drawing, panting, dancing, photography, poetry, storytelling, and printmaking over the years. Each year, a poster design contest is held, and the winning artwork represents the festival in all of our outreach. 

Artists are invited to submit original artwork and are encouraged to sign their work. The artwork that is chosen will be printed on posters as well as merchandise such as hats, T-shirts, and totes. The winning artist will be awarded $250 and will receive a framed copy of the poster as well as several souvenir items featuring their work. 

A link to the application and guidelines is on the Crane Festival event page on our website. (Link in bio) We can’t wait to see what beautiful creations you come up with!

#conservation #easternidaho #cranes #sandhillcrane
Eat pizza, support conservation!

Join Teton Regional Land Trust on Tuesday, February 20 from 5-9pm at @handfirepizzajh in Jackson, WY for their weekly Pizza for Purpose. The Land Trust will receive a portion of the night's pizza sales and also have a space where we can talk to guests about what we do in the community.

If you’re a Jackson resident, please come join us and say hi. If you live over the pass or elsewhere in Idaho, but will be in Jackson for work or play, you can grab a pizza to go on your way home!

#conservation #jacksonhole #pizza
Join us tonight, Feb. 9, from 6:30-8pm at @highpointcidertaproom where Teton Regional Land Trust will be the featured nonprofit for their weekly Friday night BINGO. Not only is BINGO easy and fun to do with a group of friends or all by yourself, but it’s free and you can win great prizes. We will have information, merchandise, and a great raffle package at our table. All donations collected during BINGO go to support the Land Trust’s work in eastern Idaho.

Added bonus, you can skip making dinner because the @streetfoodjh food truck will be on hand to serve up some tasty treats all evening!

We love the folks @highpointcider who support so many nonprofits in our region, so let’s go out and support them by drinking one of their delicious award winning ciders or any of the other drinks on the menu.

#easternidaho #conservation #bingo
Join Teton Regional Land Trust at @highpointcidertaproom for BINGO night next Friday, February 9th from 6:30-8pm. We will be on hand with information, merchandise, and a great raffle package. It's free to play BINGO, but all funds raised through donations will go to support conservation in eastern Idaho. 

Come have a fun night playing BINGO and enjoy some delicious @highpointcider!

#conservation #easternidaho #landprotection
In most cases we would never recommend feeding wildlife, however, feeding birds is a special case. Birds rarely become dependent on bird feeders alone, but rather use feeders to supplement their natural diets. Winter feeding, especially, helps give a little assistance to our feathered friends during the brutally cold months.

@idahofishandgame has some great tips to spice up your bird feeders so that you can enjoy observing wildlife in your own back yard. Click the link in our bio to read the full article.
Join Teton Regional Land Trust today from 4-6pm at @greatharvest.idahofalls in downtown Idaho Falls for light refreshments and to learn about our current projects before the first night of the @banffmountainfestival World Tour at the Colonial Theater (@idahofallsarts), just a few doors down. If you are already planning on going to the film festival, please stop by, say hello, and enjoy a quick drink and/or snack with us. If you don’t have tickets to the show, you can still come hang out with us before we head over to the lobby of the Colonial Theater, where we will have a booth all three nights. We hope to see you there! 

Click the link in our bio for details.

#easternidaho #conservation #idahofalls
Join Teton Regional Land Trust at @greatharvest.idahofalls in downtown Idaho Falls for light refreshments and to learn about our current projects. We will be there from 4-6pm on Thursday, January 25th before the first night of the @banffmountainfestival World Tour at the Colonial Theater (@idahofallsarts), just a few doors down. If you are already planning on going to the film festival, please stop by, say hello, and enjoy a quick drink and/or snack with us. If you don’t have tickets to the show, you can still come hang out with us before we head over to the lobby of the Colonial Theater, where we will have a booth all three nights. We hope to see you there!

#easternidaho #conservation #idahofalls

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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.