Volunteers are restoring habitat that was scorched on the hillside behind Jackson’s National Museum of Wildlife Art.
The Greater Yellowstone Climate Assessment explores how a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions could benefit the backyard where Jackson Hole locals live, work and play.
This is the 22nd consecutive year of drought in the Colorado River Basin. And with extreme drought conditions comes an increased risk of wildfires.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about fire danger, federal efforts to expand pay for firefighters and access to telehealth services.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about property tax increases, fire danger and the delta variant of COVID-19.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about potential property tax increases in Jackson, workforce housing, vaccine hesitancy and the upcoming wildfire season.
But It’s Easier Said Than Done.
Wildfires and drought are hitting the Mountain West especially hard this year. But fires don’t just burn in forests, so researchers are looking at solutions to keep grassland fires in check.
Another record-breaking year of wildfires across the American West means more cities are bracing for impacts to their drinking water supplies. The “consistently clean, clear water” residents have enjoyed is changing.