Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World

  • Thursday September 30, 2010
  • A Great Event in a Great State

    Every year, since 1988, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department puts on the Wyoming Hunting and Fishing Heritage Expo in Casper, WY. The Expo celebrates Wyoming’s outdoor history, and Teton Science Schools participated again this year. The Expo draws outdoor
  • Wyoming Youth Congress Still Timely Event in Year Two

    On September 25, 2010, the New York Times reported that as of 2006, numbers of people hunting are down as much as 4.5 million people annually. Earlier in the month, the Casper Star Tribune reported that although numbers of visits to Grand Teton National
  • Russian Olive, Ornamental or Invasive?

    Unfortunately, as with many ornamentals, the shrub has escaped into the wild and is now considered a weed in many locations. Although a weed can be defined as any plant growing where it’s not wanted, Russian olive actually can outcompete native vegetation, interfere with
  • Elk Bugling

    As I was driving down the Moose-Wilson road at dawn with a couple from New York City I stopped to take a look at a few elk up on a ridge. As I was pulling over we heard a loud high pitched noise and the guests commented on the squeaky breaks. I quickly explained the elk were
  • Putting Place at the Center

    Place-Based Education (PBE) is at the core of Teton Science Schools’ programs and defines our approach to achieving our mission. TSS lies at the intersection of classroom education, field education, and educator development. All of our programs integrate learning with place to increase engagement, learning outcomes, and community involvement.
  • WOLVES and BEAR Program Updates

    Our upcoming WOLVES (Women Only Leadership, Volunteering, Exploration and Science) and BEAR (Boys Extreme Adventure Race) programs will be updating their travels around the Greater Yellowstone Ecosytem here.


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