On Tuesday, October 25 from 5:30 - 8:30 PM, Ignight in Jackson will generously donate 10% of food and beverage purchases to Teton Science Schools’ Pika Research Project.

Together with the Meg & Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund, Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation, Nature Mapping Jackson Hole and a variety of other local partners, the Conservation Research Center is conducting a study investigating connections between pika populations and climate change.

The event will include project materials and posters, experts on hand to answer questions, a raffle of pika items, and new this year – kids’ activity table, and “name the pika” contest for a special prize. Our Research Director, Embere Hall, will also give a brief project update at 6:30 PM.

So, mark your calendars, spread the word and stop by Ignight for a tasty dish and beverage.

For more information, please contact Sara Fagan at (307) 734-3734 or sara.fagan@tetonscience.org.