Wyoming is the first of only three states to pass their own Public Lands Day bill. National Public Lands Day is the single biggest volunteer effort for our public lands.
Organizations around the state are organizing local celebrations of Wyoming Public Lands Day with stewardship projects. Here in Jackson, several organizations including Snake River Fund, have joined forces to plan a day full of stewardship. The day will kick off at the JH-Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center at 8 a.m. September 28 with guest speakers, free breakfast from Creekside Deli, and an information hub for multiple volunteer activities planned.
Snake River Fund along with Bridger-Teton National Forest River and Trails crew is asking for volunteers to help with constructing trail stabilization and pedestrian fencing on the new Sheep Gulch access trail. We will also be restoring the old trail to a natural contour. f you love the Snake River and its famed whitewater stretch, please come help us protect the Snake River’s Outstandingly Remarkable Values. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Contact us for more information on volunteering!