• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Grand Teton NP expands with addition of small tract

In the big picture, it's not a lot of land, just 35 acres. But it helps preserve the integrity of Grand Teton National Park, and it now belongs to the park thanks to help from The Conservation Fund.

The parcel is located near the south boundary of the park, on the west side of the Snake River near the park’s Granite Canyon entrance station. The acreage helps preserve the iconic landscape of the Teton Range, prevents residential development, and protects important habitat for a variety of wildlife.

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