|Bridger-Teton National Forest|
The Bridger-Teton National Forest is the second largest National Forest outside Alaska. It is a land of varied recreational opportunities, beautiful vistas, and abundant wildlife. In addition to offering a multitude of recreational opportunities, National Forests are managed for a variety of other uses. It is not uncommon to see livestock grazing, logging, hunting, or other activities on National Forest lands.
|Grand Teton Natural History Association|
The Grand Teton Natural History Association is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the interpretive, scientific, and educational activities of the Federal agencies in the Jackson Hole area. Grand Teton Natural History Association funds helped make this web site posssible.
|The National Elk Refuge|
In 1912, the National Elk Refuge was established to protect elk winter range. The refuge protects nearly 25,000 acres of prime winter habitat between the towns of Jackson and Kelly. Currently, the Elk Refuge is winter home for 7,500 - 8,000 elk. The refuge is fenced only on the south end and on the west side along highway 89 to keep the elk off roadways and out of town.
|Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce|
The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce represents over 800 local businesses, recreational services and lodging. Jackson Hole Chamber staff employees are always glad to assist you in all aspects of tourism information and your vacation planning.
|Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation|
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat. They work to protect critical elk habitats, promote ethical hunting, educate people of all ages about habitat conservation, and ensure our wildlife legacy endures.
Other Participating Agencies
|Grand Teton National Park|
|Wyoming Game and Fish Department|
|Yellowstone National Park|