A Grand Adventure

Imagine you’re in high school. You show up at the airport at 4AM to join a group of people you’ve never met. You board a plane and begin your journey to Wyoming. You’ve signed up for an adventure, …

Capstone Experience

The graduate students have been furiously planning and executing summer capstone programs for the past six weeks. Some of these programs include High School Field Ecology, Field Natural History, and our new Summer Search Program:Teach, …

Place Learning and Civic Engagement Workshops Take Training Around Wyoming

The Place-Learning and Civic Engagment workshop series, a year-long professional development program for elementary teachers around Wyoming, recently completed a four-day training in Cheyenne for teachers from Cheyenne and Saratoga, Wyoming. Kate Welsh of the University of Wyoming and Doug Wachob and I from Teton Science Schools led the four day program that took us to outdoor locations around Cheyenne, …

Cartography in a Time Machine

In 1915, land surveys were truly a labor of love. Imagine that pioneering forester, climbing up and over the Tetons, recording on muddy linen paper every nook and cranny of topography while trying to differentiate chokecherry from willow at the lake half a mile away. …

Alive@5

Wildlife Expeditions was invited to present weekly wildlife ecology education programs at the Teton Village Association’s Alive@5 this summer. Every Tuesday throughout the summer, from 5pm-6pm, one of our talented biologists presents an interactive talk on the wildlife of Jackson Hole. …

\’Twas a Radiant Day

July 3rd ‘twas—when from Mexico, New York, New Mexico by way of Vermont and D.C. (respectively), East Coast, Nepal and the Philippines by way of the West Coast, our now beloved Wyoming, and elsewhere equally as important ventured sixteen wide-eyed, …