• Elk Calves

    Elk Calves

    Three elk calves at play. Photo copyright Thomas D. Mangelsen

  • Winter Pastures - Bison

    Winter Pastures - Bison

    A lone bison trudges through the snow in search of food on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Photo copyright Thomas D. Mangelsen

  • Daybreak on the Tetons - Mule Deer

    Daybreak on the Tetons - Mule Deer

    Mule deer below the Teton Range at sunrise in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Photo copyright Thomas D. Mangelsen

  • Grizzly 399 with cubs

    Grizzly 399 with cubs

    With nose pointed high, 15-year-old Grizzly 399 sniffs the gentle breeze as she pauses in a meadow; taking their mother’s lead, the three cubs mimic her, learning the ancient ways of the grizzly. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Photo copyright Thomas D. Mangelsen

  • Conservation & Community

    Conservation & Community

    The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Seasonal Magazine

Welcome to the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance

The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance protects the wildlife, wild places, and community character of Jackson Hole by empowering the wHole community to live in balance with nature.

 

35th Anniversary Celebration

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance 35th Anniversary Celebration
Celebrating our local roots. Connecting the wHole community.

We’re proud of our roots. Jackson Hole’s conservation legacy includes the contributions of many people acting individually and collectively to strengthen those roots. Every act has mattered, and the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance is proud of the role we have played in connecting people as we’ve worked together to build a strong, wild, and beautiful community for 35 years.

As we celebrate our 35th year, we want to recognize the locals who form our roots in the “wHole” through their everyday actions. We received over 100 nominations of individuals who are making a difference in ways both large and small. It was incredibly challenging to narrow down this inspiring list, and we worked hard to select a representative group of 12 people who exemplify the diverse range of people working to create a better future for Jackson Hole. 

Click here to read about the individuals we will honor for their essential contributions to the “wHole” through a free video showcase at our 35th anniversary celebration event, on Sunday, September 21 at the Center for the Arts. While we honor the folks who form our local roots in conservation, we will also recognize organizations who reflect and strengthen those roots by giving people outlets to volunteer and take action.

We have two portions to our 35th anniversary celebration:

Free Public Celebration

When: Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, September 21

Where: Center for the Arts Lobby and Theater

Cost: Free - thank you for joining us!

What: One free beer for the first 100 people who sign up to volunteer for our organizational friends represented in the lobby, great silent auction items, neighbors and friends from the community enjoying what brings us all together, an original film that highlights 12 people who are making a difference in the community during a public program in the theater.

For a full list of silent and live auction items, see our auction page.

Benefit Event

When: Cocktails and Silent Auction 5:00 p.m., Live Auction 5:45 p.m., Dinner on Stage 6:15 p.m., Video Screening 7:30 p.m., Sunday, September 21

Where: Center for the Arts Lobby, Stage, and Theater

Cost: $175. Purchase your tickets here.  

What: Friends and patrons of the Alliance enjoying cocktails, dinner on stage, a silent and live auction, and an original film that highlights 12 people who are making a difference in the community during a public program in the theater. Purchase your tickets here

Want to volunteer? Sign up here!

Welcome to our event

Event sponsored by:


Dembergh Construction Wyoming, Inc.
Forage Bistro & Lounge
Grand Teton Brewing Company
Hawtin Jorgensen Architects
Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures
Long Reimer Winegar Beppler LLP
 

 

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