Entries by kate@tetonlandtrust.org

Teton Regional Land Trust Seeks Reaccreditation

Stakeholder Notification/Public Notice January 7, 2020 The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The Teton Regional Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for re-accreditation. The public comment period is now open. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an […]

Year End Reflections

By Joselin Matkins, Executive Director, Teton Regional Land Trust Growing up in eastern Idaho, Targhee was always a winter destination. I have fond memories of staying at the TeePee and learning how to ski deep powder.  When I was 19, I drove through the valley in late May and saw it in a whole new […]

Sandhill Cranes of the Greater Yellowstone

By Joselin Matkins, Executive Director, Teton Regional Land Trust The Greater Yellowstone region is home to the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 states of the US. This means that residents and visitors alike have the opportunity to view wildlife regularly and experience all that nature has to offer, including observing iconic species such […]

2nd Annual Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival Poster Design Contest

2nd Annual Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival Poster Design Contest The Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival is held to celebrate the annual migration of Sandhill Cranes through Teton Valley. This year’s festival will be on September 16-21. Teton Regional Land Trust, on behalf of the festival, is seeking area artists to submit original poster designs for the annual […]

Conservation Comes Full Circle

Teton Regional Land Trust and Teton Full Circle Farm partnered to complete a conservation easement on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.  The 21-acre farm northeast of Victor, Idaho is owned by Erika Eschholz and Ken Michael. The property is located in between the Targhee National Forest and Victor city limits. The small farm is highly valuable […]

Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival Coming to Driggs, Idaho

Teton Regional Land Trust is presenting the Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival on Saturday, September 15th from Noon to 5pm at the Driggs City Center Plaza. The afternoon will include nature-themed arts and crafts for kids, live music, traditional and non-traditional crane dances, poetry readings, and food and drinks from local vendors. The festival is being held […]

Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival Poster Design Contest

Teton Regional Land Trust, on behalf of the Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival, is seeking area artists to submit original poster designs for the inaugural event on September 15, 2018. The winning design will be the official poster for the festival. This will be an annual contest for the festival’s poster design each year. The purpose […]