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  • TRLT - Partners
    Date Summary Map of Easements Home About Partners Partners T eton Regional Land Trust views partnerships as powerful tools that enable successful conservation easement and restoration programs Teton Regional Land Trust partners with agencies foundations and other conservation organizations to deliver funding for conservation projects incorporate science based conservation planning techniques and to develop creative strategies for meaningful landscape conservation Key to any conservation partnership begins with the landowner Teton Regional Land Trust is committed to developing partnerships that will continue helping landowners achieve conservation goals Bureau of Land Management BLM US Forest Service USFS US Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Farm Service Agency FSA National Fish and Wildlife Foundation NFWF Natural Resources Conservation Service NRCS Idaho Conservation Data Center Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation Idaho Department of Fish and Game IDFG Idaho Association of Soil Conservation Districts Intermountain West Joint Venture Wyoming Game and Fish Idaho National Laboratory Teton County ID Fremont County ID Community Foundation of Teton Valley Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Ducks Unlimited Friends of the Teton River Henry s Fork Foundation Henry s Fork Watershed Council Idaho Native Plant Society National Audubon Society Partners in Flight The Nature Conservancy TNC The

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  • TRLT - Employment Opportunities
    How it Works Stewardship Program Stewardship Defined Habitat Restoration About the Program Projects Conservation Planning Ecological Monitoring Landowner Resources Education Program Woods Creek Fen Chester Wetlands Teacher Trunks Nordic Naturalists Focal Areas Map of Focal Areas South Fork Lower Henry s Fork Teton Basin Sand Creek Middle Henry s Fork Island Park Shotgun Valley Protected Lands to Date Summary Map of Easements Home About Employment Employment Recent News Film Festival

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  • Contact Us
    Teton Basin Sand Creek Middle Henry s Fork Island Park Shotgun Valley Protected Lands to Date Summary Map of Easements Home Contact Us Contact Us Teton Regional Land Trust P O Box 247 1520 S 500 W Driggs ID 83422 208 354 8939 fax 208 354 8940 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Joselin Matkins Executive Director This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Tamara Sperber Conservation Director This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Diane Temple Development Director This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Renee Hiebert Conservation Specialist This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Bill Dell Isola Resource Specialist This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Josh Holmes Land Protection Specialist This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Paul Wendlend Stewardship Coordinator This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Anthony Gunnell Land

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  • TRLT - News and Events
    Map of Easements Home News TRLT News and Events News 105 Press releases Newsletters 24 Events 18 Conservation Awards 3 Songs from the Land 16 Songs from the Land is a collaborative project that celebrates musicians with a local connection to evoke emotion engage local communities and encourage support for land conservation in eastern Idaho The album Songs from the Land will be used to raise awareness for the Teton Regional Land Trust s mission to conserve agricultural and natural lands and to encourage land stewardship in the Upper Snake River Watershed for the benefit of today s communities and as a legacy for future generations All proceeds from this project will benefit Teton Regional Land Trust s operations in land conservation Thank you to the Idaho National Laboratory for a generous donation in support of this project Portions of this project were made possible through generous donations made in Jim Sailer s memory Jim was an avid outdoorsman with great love for wildlife and wild places He graduated from the University of Montana as a Wildlife Biologist and spent much of his time then supporting wildlife research on grizzly bears and raptors keeping several raptors as pets After a short period working in Maine as an environmental engineer the West drew him and his family back to the area he loved He floated fished hunted camped climbed biked ran and skied in the Eastern Idaho Region and often commented on how lucky we were to live in such a remarkable place Jim supported several efforts to protect the natural resources in eastern Idaho including the Teton Regional Land Trust where he had been a member for a number of years His radiant smile and companionship will be missed by all that knew him A special thank you goes to

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  • TRLT - Events
    Trunks Nordic Naturalists Focal Areas Map of Focal Areas South Fork Lower Henry s Fork Teton Basin Sand Creek Middle Henry s Fork Island Park Shotgun Valley Protected Lands to Date Summary Map of Easements Home News Events Events CC Thursday January 28 We are excited to host a Film Festival in Idaho Falls at the ARTitorium featuring the work of Kris Millgate including a screening of Valley of the Tetons which was first shown on Idaho Public Television this summer as well as other wildlife films The event is free and doors open at 6 30PM Film Festival Thursday January 28 We are excited to host a Film Festival in Idaho Falls at the ARTitorium featuring the work of Kris Millgate including a screening of Valley of the Tetons which was first shown on Idaho Public Television this summer as well as other wildlife films The event is free and doors open at 6 30PM Wildlife Tour Sunday January 31 We are hosting the See Ski Wildlife Tour at the Pontirussa Ranch This is a community event associated with SnowFest 2016 and the Teton Valley Community Foundation The event begins at 10 00am Meet at the Land Trust office

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  • TRLT - News
    brook trout and for Yellowstone cutthroat trout Forever protecting this critical wetland habitat will ensure that these mammals birds and fish continue to thrive in this spectacular piece of land in Eastern Idaho Preservation of this quality biological marsh is fundamental to maintaining the nature of the West Slope Valley of the Tetons The Goble and Caspari families are proud to partner with the Teton Land Trust in attempting to preserve forever what attracts all of us to this special place E Marlowe Goble property owner It was my pleasure to work with landowners to protect critical wetland habitat while maintaining sustainable ranching practices and scenic open space The protection of this property builds on the nearly 11 000 acres or wildlife habitat and working farms and ranches protected in Teton Valley by the Land Trust Joselin Matkins Land Protection Director The Teton Regional Land Trust TRLT works to preserve important agricultural lands and fish and wildlife habitat in eastern Idaho for the benefit of present and future generations TRLT worked with private donors and the LOR Foundation out of Jackson Wyoming to make this transaction a reality The LOR Foundation seeks to enhance liveability of the inter mountain west by promoting efficient and sustainable land uses context sensitive transportation choices and cultural and recreational amenities as a means to strengthen community inform land use decisions and preserve open spaces To date the Teton Regional Land Trust has conserved over 31 000 acres in the Upper Snake River Valley For more information about land conservation or the Teton Regional Land Trust please visit www tetonlandtrust org or call 208 354 8939 200 acres protected on the Pine Creek Bench 2 T hanks to willing landowners in Swan Valley the Teton Regional Land Trust and the U S Bureau of Land Management BLM another 200 acres of land is now available for wildlife habitat and public use on the Pine Creek Bench in Bonneville County Its sage and grass covered highlands easily visible from the South Fork Snake River between Pine Creek and Dry Canyon the property provides habitat for Columbian sharp tailed grouse mule deer and elk A very deep well and watering trough offers a potential watering hole for wildlife in an otherwise dry landscape The Teton Regional Land Trust facilitated the sale of this property to BLM Because the property lies within a national Area of Critical Environmental Concern ACEC the BLM s management objectives for the property and surrounding public land along the South Fork Snake River are to maintain high quality riparian habitat provide critical nesting and wintering areas for bald eagles and maintain high quality big game winter range Iconic Views Protected in Teton Canyon The drive up Ski Hill Road to Grand Targhee Resort is awe inspiring with breathtaking Teton mountain views Thanks to the generosity of Frank and Maryann Russo 70 acres of that magnificent beauty is now protected forever In July of 2014 the Russos purchased half of a 140 acre ranch

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  • TRLT - Newsletters
    Park Shotgun Valley Protected Lands to Date Summary Map of Easements Home News Newsletters Newsletters Fall 2015 Newsletter In this issue Passing On Stories of the Land by Joselin Matkins The Start of a Movement and Our Work Has Just Begun Landowner s Stories from Teton Valley the Henry s Fork and Swan Valley Wildlife Profile Helping the Iconic Eastern Idaho Moose Thrive Annual Report 2013 In this Issue Land Protection Highlights Outreach and Education Stewardship Financials Fall 2014 In this issue Land Protrected Along Teton Creek in Driggs Idaho Farewell to Executive Director Chet Work Two Donors Generously Support Conservation Efforts in Eastern Idaho Mapping Out Conservation Summer 2014 In this issue Caring for Curlews An Oasis in the Desert Leaving a Lasting Legacy Annual Report 2012 In this Issue Land Protection Highlights Outreach and Education Stewardship Financials Fall 2013 In this Issue Riverside Farm Protected Fremont County Family Preserves 265 acres Trumpeting of the Swans Upcoming Events Summer 2013 In this Issue Vest Restoration Project History of Trumpeter Swans in our Region Staff Changes Upcoming Events Annual Report 2011 In this Issue Land Protection Highlights Outreach and Education Stewardship Financials Fall 2012 In this Issue Three Forks Ranch

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  • TRLT - Conservation Awards
    habitat for various state and federal priority species while ensuring opportunities for sustainable agricultural practices 2009 Fred Mugler Volunteer Appreciation Award Cynthia Guild Stoetzer T he Fred Mugler Volunteer Appreciation Award honors the memory of an icon of Teton Valley and the Rocky Mountain West Fred Mugler This Volunteer Appreciation Award to be granted annually recognizes the often quiet and always appreciated spirit of volunteerism that makes the Teton Regional Land Trust a success This year TRLT recognized Cynthia Guild Stoetzer for generously giving many hours of her time for the benefit of conservation of agricultural and natural lands in the Upper Snake River Watershed In 2004 TRLT moved its offices to a recently renovated farmhouse The building had no landscaping between the front office entry and the parking area TRLT values natural landscape for its biological diversity and scenic beauty and it wanted to reflect these values in the disturbed area Cynthia offered to donate her services and expertise to design and landscape a long narrow space between the building and parking area She designed a natural looking rock garden reflective of the greater Rocky Mountain landscape The garden was planted with native low water use plants that grow naturally in the Teton Valley area In a marginal space a miniature self sustaining ecosystem was created The garden provides season long blooms and even in winter it provides interest with the large rocks and plant stocks that peek out through the snow Best of all it helps reflect TRLT s mission to preserve protect and celebrate our unique environment and sense of place in the valley Cynthia has also assisted with fundraising efforts She has donated several beautiful art pieces to TRLT and donated profits from her art opening at the Muse Gallery Finally Cynthia is always willing to

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