One of my favorite things about living in Teton Valley is the Community Foundation of Teton Valley’s annual Tin Cup Challenge. The generosity of our community, the endless hours of volunteering, and the opportunity to learn about the incredible accomplishments of our valley’s nonprofits are energizing and inspiring. In fact, just the act of giving […]
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Tell us about growing up in Idaho: I was born in Pocatello, Idaho to parents who initially traveled from New Hampshire to visit family. My dad immediately fell in love with the vast landscape and chose to relocate. I’m forever grateful my parents made time to introduce my brother and me to skiing. I’ve been […]
The Yellowstone cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii bouvieri) is a striking fish, noted for the red slash along the jaw-hence its name. Its body is mostly yellow-brown with darker olive or gray hues on the back, lighter yellow on its sides, and a highly variable black spotting pattern. They are native to the Yellowstone River, Snake […]
The North American Wetland Conservation Act (NAWCA), like the Land Trust, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. NAWCA funding has resulted in over 2,950 projects and protected over 30 million acres of wetland habitat all over North America and Mexico. NAWCA was passed in part, to support activities under the North American Waterfowl Management […]
When did you move to Teton Valley and how did you end up here? We moved to Teton Valley in October of 2017. Ken was born and raised in Pocatello, I lived in Boise and we met at Boise State. After living away for years, in 2012, we were on a bike tour in Wyoming that […]
My late husband, Blaine, was an Idaho boy. He and his brother grew up in and around Pocatello in the 1940s and 50s where their father was a school teacher. As boys, they fished any creek they could reach by bicycle. Though the family later moved away, Blaine always looked for reasons to return to his favorite landscape.
Wendy and I started off with 8 acres in 1994. We had moved to Idaho in 1985 due to a job opportunity. Seeking a place in the country, we had worked our way north from Idaho Falls to Rigby to our current location six miles west of Rexburg.
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“Our family has come to love this land. Enamored with its Teton views and spring creeks, we acquired the property in the late 1990s,” Nancy Huntsman shared with us. “In the spring before he passed away in 2012, my husband, Blaine, wrote to his family, ‘the land and its critters have increasingly enticed us with enduring experiences we couldn’t have foreseen when we began our journey.’
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 Teton Regional Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for re-accreditation. The public comment period is now open.
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