Protecting land. Inspiring people.
Jackson Hole Land Trust
Stewarding current and future generations toward a legacy of protected open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands, and community spaces across Northwest Wyoming.Visit the Site
The Jackson Hole Land Trust has protected more than 57,000 acres across Northwest Wyoming in our Jackson Hole, Green River Valley, Park County, and Wind River Valley areas.
Built to resonate with ecologists, parents, ranchers, volunteers, hunters, involved community members, the Jackson Hole Land Trust website provides the inspiration and resources for individuals and organizations to achieve conservation goals connected to protecting open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands, and community spaces.
TMBR’s branding and web design system bring distinction and focus to the work of the Jackson Hole Land Trust.
Intuitive website navigation allows users to easily explore by place or project, serving the dual purpose of an easy to use menu that clearly communicates both the type of work that Jackson Hole Land Trust does, as well as where that work is taking place.
Bold and beautiful landscape imagery creates a strong sense of place to inspire connection to the JHLT mission.
In addition to their conservation and stewardship work, the Jackson Hole Land Trust also provides direct connection with the land through public spaces like R Park.
Community resources provide inviting inspiration to visit the space and allow users to understand how to engage with the land.
In order to keep the user feeling inspired and connected throughout their website experience, we’re pulling in community stories to related content throughout the site that speaks to JHLT’s areas of impact and work.
Related projects at the bottom of the page guide users to related content and more areas to explore.