We conserve natural resources through outreach, restoration, and research.
The Teton Conservation District works with local landowners, land managers and the community to ensure the effective stewardship and conservation of the land, water, and resources that make up the Greater Yellowstone- Teton ecosystem.
Notes From the Field
Carlin Girard, Teton Conservation District’s Water Resource Specialist, wrote a piece on water quality for the 2018 edition of Mosaic — a collection of 16 essays diving into the health of the region’s ecosystem.
Proposed new regulations that will affect property owners across the county aim to strike a balance between protecting wildlife habitat and recognizing development rights.
Join us on Thursday, September 13, 2018 for a joint meeting of the Teton Conservation District and Teton County Health Department. We will be hosting a public meeting to discuss the topic of drinking water quality in Hoback Junction.