September 30: Snake River Nature Mapping Surveys (Volunteers needed)
Join us to float an 8-mile section of the Snake River, from the Wilson Bridge to the riverside tipi camp of Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures. Along the way, we record all observations of birds and mammals as part of our systematic survey of riparian life in this vital Snake River corridor. The cost is just $30 to support our experienced river guides and for Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures, who otherwise donate the trip for the good of Nature Mapping Jackson Hole. Sign up for this trip by emailing Kate Gersh at email@example.com.
October 2-7: Wild and Scenic River's Act 50th Anniversary Celebration
Grand Teton Association, in cooperation with the Teton Plein Air Painters, join Bridger-Teton National Forest in commemorating the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act 50th Anniversary. Painting demonstrations will take place October 2 and 3rd at locations along the Snake River. The artwork will be available for sale at the Jackson District BTNF office at 340 N. Cache Street in Jackson, WY on October 4. A community open house and educational events are scheduled October 4-7 at the Jackson District BTNF office.
October 3: Murie Center Front Porch Conversation - "The Benefits of Conservation Grazing, Healthy Soil and More"
October 5 & 6: WILD Fest Science Day and Festival
October 8: Candidate Forum on Water Resources
October 9: Bird and Nature Club @ Teton County Library
October 10: Snake River BLM Parcel Transfer Open House #3
October 16-18: 2018 SHIFT Festival
November 9: Wyoming Stargazers presents "Preserving dark night skies"
Dark Sky conservationist Paul Bogard and author of, “The End of Night: Searching For Natural Darkness In An Age of Artificial Light” will give a presentation at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village from 7pm-8:30pm. Tickets are $30 for adults/$10 for children. Tickets can be purchased here.
November 29 - December 1: Rocky Mountain Citizen Science Conference in Cody, WY
Hosted by University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Institute, Audubon Rockies and the Draper Museum of Natural History, this conference bring’s together “project coordinators, participants, students, teachers, and those with general interest to discuss the challenges and rewards of citizen science in the rural west.” More information can be found here.