• 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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***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.

To register to run or buy raffle tickets go to tetonlandtrust.org/wrun-for-wray-2/

#grandtarghee #race #run #conservation
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***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 cant 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.

To register to run or buy raffle tickets go to https://tetonlandtrust.org/wrun-for-wray-2/

#grandtarghee #race #run #conservation

Tinny is celebrating the beginning of Tin Cup giving season by spending time out in the field with Teton Regional Land Trust! Last week, Tinny helped TRLT with bird monitoring out on Woods Creek Fen. He helped identify American Robins, Brewer’s Sparrow, Common Yellowthroat, and many more!

Birds play essential roles in ecosystems, such as pollination, seed dispersal, pest control, and scavenging. Monitoring their populations helps ensure that these ecological functions are maintained, which is crucial for overall ecosystem health and biodiversity. Monitoring bird populations can provide insights into the health of ecosystems and help detect changes in environmental quality.

Contribute to Teton Regional Land Trust this Tin Cup giving season to support the important work of conservation in Teton Valley! Visit www.cftetonvalley.org, click the “Tin Cup Challenge: Donate!” button, then search for Teton Regional Land Trust.
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Tinny is celebrating the beginning of Tin Cup giving season by spending time out in the field with Teton Regional Land Trust! Last week, Tinny helped TRLT with bird monitoring out on Woods Creek Fen. He helped identify American Robins, Brewer’s Sparrow, Common Yellowthroat, and many more!

Birds play essential roles in ecosystems, such as pollination, seed dispersal, pest control, and scavenging. Monitoring their populations helps ensure that these ecological functions are maintained, which is crucial for overall ecosystem health and biodiversity. Monitoring bird populations can provide insights into the health of ecosystems and help detect changes in environmental quality.

Contribute to Teton Regional Land Trust this Tin Cup giving season to support the important work of conservation in Teton Valley!  Visit www.cftetonvalley.org, click the “Tin Cup Challenge: Donate!” button, then search for Teton Regional Land Trust.
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Join Teton Regional Land Trust at Wrun for Wray this Saturday, June 22 at Grand Targhee Resort 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.

To register to run or buy raffle tickets go here: tetonlandtrust.org/wrun-for-wray-2/

#grandtarghee #race #run #conservation
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Join Teton Regional Land Trust at Wrun for Wray this Saturday, June 22 at Grand Targhee Resort at 10am. Runners and walkers welcome for this 2.9 mile uphill climb. 

Even if you cant 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.

To register to run or buy raffle tickets go here: https://tetonlandtrust.org/wrun-for-wray-2/

#grandtarghee #race #run #conservation
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Wrun for Wray Targhee Hill Climb

Saturday, June 22, 10am

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***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
Join Teton Regional Land Trust at Wrun for Wray this 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
Join Teton Regional Land Trust for a weed pull on two Land Trust-owned properties, Woods Creek Fen and just off the Teton Creek Corridor Trail. Help play an important role in ecosystem health by making room for native plants to thrive and provide for wildlife. 

WHAT: Pull weeds on two Land Trust owned properties–primarily pulling Canada and musk thistle, but also potentially spotted knapweed, houndstongue, and oxeye daisy. Weed identification information will be provided before the pull, so all skill levels and ages are welcome! This is a great learning opportunity. Bring the family!

WHEN: Saturday, June 29th, 2024 at 9am

WHERE: Meet at the Teton Regional Land Trust office at 9am. From there, we will divide volunteers into two groups. One group will carpool to Woods Creek Fen, and the other to the Teton Creek Corridor public parking area. Note, parking is limited at both locations, so please carpool from the Land Trust office (1520 S. 500 E., Driggs) if you can!

DURATION: Including travel time, we anticipate this event running approximately 3-5 hours, depending on the number of volunteers.

WHAT TO BRING: gardening gloves, long sleeve shirt, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, waterproof or muck boots, bear spray, trowel, bug spray, snacks/lunch, and water. The Land Trust will provide drinks.

SIGN UP: Link in bio https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4EACAF2AA1FBC25-50018391-weed

#conservation #volunteer #easternidaho
Join Teton Regional Land Trust at Wrun for Wray this Saturday, June 22 at @grandtargheeresort for a 10am start time. Scan the QR code to register to run or walk.

Even if you can't run, you can still support the Wray Landon Legacy Fund and win some amazing prizes by buying raffle tickets! (link in bio) You do not have to be present to win. Prizes include:
Season pass to @grandtargheeresort – $1,229 value
177cm Voile Skis from @yostmark_mtn_equipment – $899 value
Mountain Jet flight over Tetons- $600 value
Five 30 minute personal training sessions from @wrighttraining- $300 value
@live.momentous recovery powder- $220 value
Streubel Physical Therapy session- $120 value
@foragebistroandlounge gift certificate- $100 value
@kingsushidriggs gift certificate- $100 value
@skratchlabs nutrition powder- $100 value
Teton Trail Runs complimentary race entry- $100 value
@stillwestbrewery gift certificates- $100 value
@risedriggs gift certificates- $100 value
@get_baked_emporium gift certificates- $70
@citizen33brewery gift certificates- $50 value
@thenorthface gear
🌟 Tin Cup Giving Season starts TODAY! 🌟

Support Teton Regional Land Trust in preserving the beautiful landscapes and wildlife of Teton Valley. Our mission is to conserve working farms and ranches, fish and wildlife habitat, and scenic open spaces in Eastern Idaho for this and future generations.

Since 1990, we’ve conserved nearly 13,000 acres in Teton Valley, ensuring safe habitats for native Yellowstone cutthroat trout, large mammals, and countless bird species. Your support keeps Teton Valley pristine for future generations.

Join us in safeguarding this incredible place. Every gift counts—no matter the size! Visit cftetonvalley.org, click the “Tin Cup Challenge: Donate!” Button, then search for Teton Regional Land Trust.

📸 Photo credit: Rob Cavallaro

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Teton Regional Land Trust would like to thank all the Wrun for Wray sponsors!

Gold Level- @skratchlabs, @yostmark_mtn_equipment, @roadhousebeer, @injinji, @broulims, @tetonvalleyhealth, @ski_hill_dental, @grandtargheeresort, @greatharvest.idahofalls, @highpointcider, @peakedsports, @wrighttraining, @thenorthface, Lani and Wray Landon, @momentummobilept, Mountain Jet, and @tetontrailcoaching 

Silver Level- Streubel Physical Therapy, @kingsushidriggs, Teton Trail Runs, @foragebistroandlounge, @stillwestbrewery, @athleticbrewing, @risedriggs, and @live.momentous 

Bronze Level- @citizen33brewery and @get_baked_emporium 

We would also like to thank @michelino_sunseri and @competitivetiming for all their hard work!

#wrunforwray #race #running
Help play an important role in ecosystem health by making room for native plants to thrive and provide for wildlife.
 
WHAT: Pull weeds on two Land Trust owned properties–primarily pulling Canada and musk thistle, but also potentially spotted knapweed, houndstongue, and oxeye daisy. Weed identification information will be provided before the pull, so all skill levels and ages are welcome! This is a great learning opportunity. Bring the family!
 
WHEN: Saturday, June 29th, 2024 at 9am
 
WHERE: Meet at the Teton Regional Land Trust office at 9am. From there, we will divide volunteers into two groups. One group will carpool to Woods Creek Fen, and the other to the Teton Creek Corridor public parking area. Note, parking is limited at both locations, so please carpool from the Land Trust office (1520 S. 500 E., Driggs) if you can!
 
DURATION: Including travel time, we anticipate this event running approximately 3-5 hours, depending on the number of volunteers.
 
WHAT TO BRING: gardening gloves, long sleeve shirt, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, waterproof or muck boots, bear spray, trowel, bug spray, snacks/lunch, and water. The Land Trust will provide drinks.

SIGN UP: Link in bio https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4EACAF2AA1FBC25-50018391-weed

#conservation #volunteer #easternidaho
Join us for a 2.9-mile hill climb race @grandtargheeresort honoring Wray Landon IV. Runners and walkers of all ages and levels are welcome to join in the fun. The race day ends with a celebration and great raffle. All proceeds from the race and raffle benefit the Wray Landon Legacy Fund at Teton Regional Land Trust.

Raffle tickets cost $20 or 6 for $100 and can be purchased right now on our website (link in bio). Prizes include a season pass to @grandtargheeresort, skis from @yostmark_mtn_equipment, a scenic flight over the Tetons with VFTH Aviation, and lots of gear and gift certificates from local businesses. 

#run #conservation #race #raffle
The Tin Cup Giving Season kicks off this Friday, June 14th!

Since its inception in 1990, the Teton Regional Land Trust has been dedicated to preserving the unique and cherished landscapes of Teton Valley. Our efforts focus on protecting working farms and ranches, safeguarding fish and wildlife habitats, and conserving the scenic open spaces that define this beautiful region.

This Tin Cup Giving Season, we invite you to join us in our mission. By donating to your local Land Trust, you are directly contributing to the conservation of the places you live and love. Your support helps ensure that future generations can enjoy the natural beauty and agricultural heritage of Teton Valley.

Whether you have a passion for wildlife, agriculture, or simply the stunning vistas of our open spaces, your contribution makes a significant impact. Help us continue our work in protecting the vital landscapes and ecosystems that make Teton Valley so special.

Mark your calendars and be ready to give back starting this Friday! The link to donate will be live and waiting for your generous support.
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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.