• 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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In the Rocky Mountain West, we are losing 115 acres each day to development. To visualize this number, picture 3.5 football fields per minute being developed. In Teton Valley, we are experiencing the effects of these national trends and the Land Trust is working hard to keep up with the pace to protect more wetlands, river corridors, open space for big game migration, and working lands.

Over the last 30 years, we’ve partnered with more than 70 landowners to permanently protect over 25 river miles and 12,000 acres of critical habitat and working lands in Teton Valley. The health of the Teton River, its tributaries, and surrounding habitat are an important part of our work.

We recently updated a waterproof Teton River map that shows where our conservation easements along those 25 protected river miles are located and also provides an overview of the many different fish and wildlife species found in the Teton River. If you don't have one of these maps yet, feel free to stop by our office anytime - they are in the black box on our front porch.

Please give back to the place you love by donating through the Tin Cup Challenge today through our website: www.tetonlandtrust.org

Did we mention your donations are being matched by generous businesses and individual challengers?! Another good reason to give through Tin Cup 🙂

There is only one day left to give - make your Tin Cup donations by 5pm tomorrow (Friday)!

With Gratitude,

Teton Regional Land Trust's Staff & Board

Community Foundation of Teton Valley
#TinCupChallenge
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In the Rocky Mountain West, we are losing 115 acres each day to development. To visualize this number, picture 3.5 football fields per minute being developed. In Teton Valley, we are experiencing the effects of these national trends and the Land Trust is working hard to keep up with the pace to protect more wetlands, river corridors, open space for big game migration, and working lands.
 
Over the last 30 years, we’ve partnered with more than 70 landowners to permanently protect over 25 river miles and 12,000 acres of critical habitat and working lands in Teton Valley. The health of the Teton River, its tributaries, and surrounding habitat are an important part of our work. 

We recently updated a waterproof Teton River map that shows where our conservation easements along those 25 protected river miles are located and also provides an overview of the many different fish and wildlife species found in the Teton River. If you dont have one of these maps yet, feel free to stop by our office anytime - they are in the black box on our front porch.

Please give back to the place you love by donating through the Tin Cup Challenge today through our website: www.tetonlandtrust.org

Did we mention your donations are being matched by generous businesses and individual challengers?! Another good reason to give through Tin Cup :)
 
There is only one day left to give - make your Tin Cup donations by 5pm tomorrow (Friday)! 

With Gratitude,

Teton Regional Land Trusts Staff & Board

Community Foundation of Teton Valley
#TinCupChallenge

There is still time to give through Community Foundation of Teton Valley's Tin Cup Challenge through 5pm this Friday💚

"I want my children to experience what I experienced growing up – wildlife, healthy rivers, and open space. Nature gives so much to us for our physical and mental health. Your support of the Land Trust is a way to give back to nature." Tamara Sperber, Conservation Director

Don’t let Teton Valley’s wildlife, working lands, and open spaces disappear – please consider a gift through the 2021 Tin Cup Challenge.

Thank you so much for your support!
www.tetonlandtrust.org
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There is still time to give through Community Foundation of Teton Valleys Tin Cup Challenge through 5pm this Friday💚

I want my children to experience what I experienced growing up – wildlife, healthy rivers, and open space.  Nature gives so much to us for our physical and mental health. Your support of the Land Trust is a way to give back to nature. Tamara Sperber, Conservation Director

Don’t let Teton Valley’s wildlife, working lands, and open spaces disappear – please consider a gift through the 2021 Tin Cup Challenge.  

Thank you so much for your support!
www.tetonlandtrust.org

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