May 21 - Recreation and Wildlife Coexistence Symposium
The goals of this event are to increase public awareness of the effects of recreation on wildlife and provide inspiration that we can learn from other communities and be proactive on this issue. It will take place from 5 – 8:30 pm at the Center for the Arts.
June 1 - JHWF Nature Mapping "Pic-Luck"
Details are still in the works, but please save the evening of Tuesday, June 1st for our 2021 “Pic-Luck.” We anticipate this year’s event to be a part-virtual, part in-person, picnic-style event at an outdoor location. A small change from tradition; we will be requesting attendees to bring their own food, dishes and silverware to this year’s event.
June 12 - First Wildlife-Friendlier Fencing Project
Stay tuned for details or email email@example.com if you are a new volunteer to sign up for our fence-specific email list.
July 6 - Birding Expedition in Island Park with Teton Regional Land Trust
Join the Teton Regional Land Trust for birding in Island Park at 7:30 am on July 6th. Board Member Tim Reynolds will guide an outing to look and listen for birds and their songs. For details and to reserve your spot, click here. From 9am to 10am we’ll have breakfast refreshments and conversations with Land Trust staff. Then at 10am, you can search for Island Park’s diverse native plants and wildflowers on a guided walk with botanist Rose Lehman, USFS. Click here to register for the walk.