Partners Category: Yellowstone Ecosystem

Teton Range

Teton Valley Bear Wise

Replacing fears with facts to keep the Teton Valley safe for bears and people.

Centennial Valley Association

Reducing conflicts with carnivores at the local level.

National Wildlife Federation

Retiring conflict-prone grazing leases in Greater Yellowstone—for bears, wolves, livestock and ranchers alike.

J Bar L Ranch

Helping bears and livestock coexist on working lands.

Future West

Using innovative technology to reduce grizzly-livestock conflicts in southwest Montana.

Electric fencing in Madison Valley

Madison Valley Ranchlands Group

On the edge of Greater Yellowstone, preventing conflicts with livestock through attractant removal and composting.

Range Rider in Montana valley

Western Landowners Alliance

Helping landowners prevent conflicts outside Yellowstone and the Rocky Mountain Front.

Grizzly family in sage

Shoshone National Forest

Expanding Wyoming’s coexistence efforts as grizzlies expand their range in the state.

Photo of ranchland and houses beneath mountain range

Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative

Removing a major bear attractant in the Madison Valley, a key linkage area outside Yellowstone.

Teton Range

Friends of the Bridger-Teton

Ramping up coexistence efforts south of Yellowstone on the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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