Teton Regional Land Trust created a scholarship in honor of Michael B. Whitfield who helped found the organization in 1990 and served as its executive director for 18 years. Whitfield’s passion for and commitment to land conservation in eastern Idaho has been instrumental in the preservation of key landscapes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The […]
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Teton Creek Farm is an incredible opportunity to own a scenic, income producing retreat in Teton Valley. A short 5-minute drive from downtown Driggs, this creek side property boasts spectacular Teton and Big Hole views, productive farm ground with water rights and irrigation infrastructure, numerous wildlife species, and a future paved pathway connection to Driggs and […]
The Spring Creek Property, containing approximately 180 acres, is located adjacent to Teton Regional Land Trust’s Petzoldt Preserve, 2.5 miles northeast of Tetonia in Teton County, Idaho. The Property lies within the headwaters of Spring Creek, a tributary of South Leigh Creek. See the attached Location Map for directions to the Property.
A recent partnership between Ducks Unlimited (DU) and Teton Regional Land Trust has conserved important farmland and open space near the Market Lake Wildlife Management Area. Thanks to the generosity of Wetlands America Trust, a supporting organization of Ducks Unlimited, the 242 acre property will continue to be used for agriculture and will help buffer […]
Teton Regional Land Trust (TRLT) partnered with the Dunn family of the HD Dunn & Son Ranch to complete a Teton River bank restoration project in late December. The project benefits a variety of wildlife species including the Yellowstone cutthroat trout, Bald Eagle, Trumpeter Swan, Sandhill Crane, and Columbian sharp-tailed grouse. The Land Trust worked […]
Teton Regional Land Trust and two eastern Idaho ranchers recently closed on conservation easements to protect their ranches for future generations. “We want to keep it this way forever,” said Boyd and Rhea Price reflecting on their land. The Prices are recently retired postal workers and cattle ranchers who own a family ranch near St. […]
The Teton Regional Land Trust was honored to host Dr. George Archibald, world renowned crane expert and Co-founder of the International Crane Foundation, last week in Jackson, Wyoming. Archibald gave his “Cranes, Grains and Gains” presentation at the National Wildlife Art Museum to a crowd of crane enthusiasts. The presentation shared the story of […]
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