Teton Science Schools Represented at Wildlife Film Fest

Last week the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival was held at Jackson Lake Lodge. This year Teton Science Schools sponsored the Children’s Film Award. It was a great privilege to spend the day among so many who capture the essence of wildlife behavior and habitat with film. …

Auction a Success, Next Up Grandparent’s Day

Not even a short and sudden hailstorm could put the damper on swashbuckling fun at Teton Science School’s 34th Annual Fundraising Auction. The crowd of 500 who showed up for this year’s treasure hunt themed auction weathered the storm in the furniture tent and rare gems room – the perfect time to place a couple more bids before the silent auction closed.Thanks so much to all who attended. …

Welcome to the 18th Graduate Program Class!

As Autumn arrives and Aspen show signs of turning, the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools welcomes twenty-one excellent candidates into our Graduate Program in science and education. This cohort comes together from across the United States and three foreign countries -Bhutan, …

Wyoming Stream Team Workshops Around Wyoming

Kelli Petrick, Co-Program Coordinator of Wyoming Stream Team, is taking Wyoming Stream Team on the road in August, September and October for programs around the state.From August 27-28, Kelli worked with the Izaac Walton League of America to offer training on watersheds and water quality monitoring near Lander, …

Respected Biologist Joins Conservation Research Center

After a 33-year career as a habitat biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Steve Kilpatrick joined the Conservation Research Center this summer. He has been stationed in the Jackson area for the past 25 years where he spent his career collaborating with the Bridger-Teton National Forest, …

Seasonal Change

The summer season for Wildlife Expeditions has been filled with many great adventures. Wildlife Expeditions’ participants have been privileged to witness many of nature’s most spectacular events. Earlier in the summer the Jackson Hole Pronghorn herd returned to the valley almost five weeks later than normal. …

Ultimate Yellowstone Adventure

“Have you ever seen a doe and a fawn swim across a lake together? Have you ever been so close to a herd of nearly 36 big-horned sheep that you could reach out and touch one? …

A Summer of Life Changing Experiences

The Kelly Campus became a home for nearly 40 high school students through the month of July. Three different long term programs, ranging from 3-4 weeks, were envisioned and led by three strong teams of Graduate Students as a part of their Summer Capstone, …

Wyoming Survey: Our Children and the Outdoors Film [VIDEO]

The Teacher Learning Center recently completed a film about the results of the Our Children & the Outdoors: Wyoming Survey 2010. The film premiered at the Outdoor Nation Summit in Denver, Colorado to an audience of 200 young people and outdoor industry representatives from around the West. …

Revisiting our Mission: Journeys School Faculty Retreat

For the 21st time since the founding of Journeys School, the faculty spent two days at the Kelly Campus of Teton Sceince Schools in retreat. The purpose of these retreats is to reflect on both the mission and philosophy of the school as well as to reconnect with peers outside of the daily work environment. …