Laly Lichtenfeld is a woman with a passion for Africa, big predators, and conservation. She resides in Tanzania where she co-founded the African People & Wildlife Fund. Her work emphasizes the human-animal relationship and how rural communities can both conserve and benefit from their wildlife and natural resources. She spoke at TEDxJacksonHole and will also present at the JH WILD Festival this Friday night.
As Jackson gets pricier, Grand Teton National Park says it will need to house more workers
The U.S. Department of the Interior is seeking ways to fund innovative lodging solutions in national park gateway communities like Jackson Hole.