It’s going to be another exciting, beautiful summer of conservation with the Jackson Hole Land Trust.
Learn more about their exciting events – recently announced in a Newsletter from Director Laurie Andrews.
As ever we are saving the date for the Annual Picnic – This Year on August 13th hope to see you there! Great opportunity to visit with friends and bring the entire family along.
We are excited to announce the location for the 2017 Annual Picnic – the picturesque Hardeman North property, located in the meadow to the east of the Wilson School and north of the historic Hardeman Barns. Each year the Jackson Hole Land Trust Annual Picnic celebrates the wide open spaces of the valley that we as a community have worked so hard to protect. On Sunday, August 13, 2017, we will gather at Hardeman North in Wilson for this family-friendly event with a speaking program celebrating our featured partner, the Teton Raptor Center, children’s activities and interactive booths, and music by local bluegrass sensation PTO.
Learn more about the incredible efforts of the Jackson Hole Land Trust in their 2016 Annual Report.
It’s a great way to stay connected with conservation efforts throughout Teton County and as you will read- elsewhere.