Preservation

Teton Botanical Garden seeks to ensure preservation and protection of native species, plant diversity, and scenic lands forever. Our work ranges from collaborating with conservation organizations to inspiring research in our region.

Grand Teton National Park

For the future

Our preservation goals

Encourage preservation and awareness of ecosystems worldwide

Build lasting relationships with Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, U.S. Forest Service, and other government agencies in the region with similar missions

Reintroducing native plants that no longer grow in our valley

Providing year-round gardens, trails, exhibits and programs for public use

Opening botanical gardens throughout the valley with a focus on areas needing reclamation or preservation

Collaborating with other conservation and preservation organizations in the valley

Collaborating with citizens in the valley

Our projects in the works

The Greater Yellowstone Botanical Tour installation featuring native plants at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson

The Wellness Garden at May Park in Jackson

The Memory Garden at the new Sage Living facility at the St. John’s Health campus in Jackson