Join the Teton Regional Land Trust on Saturday, June 22 at Grand Targhee Resort for the 10th Annual Wrun for Wray Targhee Hill Climb held in honor of Wray Landon IV.
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 and Mike and Sheralee Lawson partnered to complete a conservation easement on Friday, December 28, 2018. This 44-acre property in Parker, Idaho includes ¾ of a mile of Henry’s Fork river frontage and an upland bench which is in agricultural production. The property lies in a complex of protected property bordered […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 Announces 2022 recipients for Michael B. Whitfield Scholarship Maren Jorgensen of Ashton and Tili Anderson of St. Anthony both receive $1,000May 2, 2022 - 12:06 pm
April 27, 2022 Maren Jorgensen of North Fremont High School and Tili Anderson of South Fremont High School are the recipients of this year’s Michael B. Whitefield Scholarship. The $1,000 award is given annually by the Teton Regional Land Trust to a senior who lives in the Land Trust service area with a passion for […]
- Teton Regional Land Trust Member Donates Home Sale for Conservation FundDecember 2, 2021 - 12:49 pm
(December 2, 2021) Richard Grundler first came out to fish in Teton Valley in 1961 and ever since then has been drawn to Teton Valley for its skiing and fishing. In 1999, he bought his current home in Victor and moved here permanently from Vermont in 2001. He has always been enamored by the beauty […]
- Three Regional Conservation Projects Protect Working Lands, Wildlife Habitat, and Scenic ViewsNovember 1, 2021 - 9:32 am
(November 1, 2021) Teton Regional Land Trust (TRLT) completed three important conservation projects this summer on properties throughout our region in Teton Valley, on Pine Creek Bench in Swan Valley, and adjacent to the Tex Creek Wildlife Management Area. These conservation easements add over 2,500 acres to the Land Trust’s conserved properties. “Congratulations to Renee […]
- Amazing Restoration of Fox Creek RanchSeptember 29, 2021 - 10:52 am
The Huntsman Family generously hosted a special sold-out event for the Land Trust on September 11, 2021 at Fox Creek Ranch. In A Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild featuring classical pianist Hunter Noack, was an incredible experience made even more so by the setting. Fox Creek Ranch is a perfect example of what can be […]
- Youth Education ProgramsMarch 25, 2021 - 1:45 pm
The Teton Regional Land Trust began to explore youth educational opportunities early in its conception and continues to strive to connect our region’s youth to the natural world. We strongly believe that education is an important component of our work and that by educating kids on conservation and stewardship we can sustain connections between people […]
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