Teton Science Schools

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  • Tuesday May 31, 2016
  • What Does Service Mean to You?

    The group of ten Field Education participants arrived in a 15-passenger van to the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools on a warm, sunny day in mid fall. After they heard about their task and received their tools - gloves, loppers, and trash bags - they set to work with a fervor commonly reserved for those in their twenties. The only difference was that these participants, vigorously eliminating invasive thistles from several acres of Grand Teton National Park, were Road Scholars - a field group of lifelong learners with an average age of 72.
  • Monday April 11, 2016
  • We're All In!

    For the first time in Teton Science Schools' 49-year history, we are “all in” in supporting the organization philanthropically. By “we,” I mean parents of Teton Valley Community School and Journeys School students, as well as every full-time employee throughout the organization.
  • Wednesday August 27, 2014
  • Teton Research Institute Will Co-Host Wildlife Symposium

    The Teton Research Institute will co-host the 2014 Jackson Hole Wildlife Symposium on December 4th 2014.
  • Monday July 28, 2014
  • Avalanche Fence Taken Down on Jackson Campus

    Coyote Canyon temporarily takes down avalanche fencing until snow comes again.
  • Sunday July 20, 2014
  • Teton Research Institute Offers Workshop on Water Quality

    Staff from the Teton Research Institute attended a workshop in Maryland, and offered a workshop of their own on water quality.
  • Friday July 19, 2013
  • Wyoming Stream Team's Newest Members

    Dissolved oxygen, macroinvertebrates and stream discharge are just a few things that the ten teachers from across Wyoming are studying this week as part of the Wyoming Stream Team workshop.


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