Range rider helping Yellowstone- area bears stay out of trouble in the Gravelly Mountains.
Expanding Wyoming’s coexistence efforts as grizzlies expand their range in the state.
Removing a major bear attractant in the Madison Valley, a key linkage area outside Yellowstone.
Ramping up coexistence efforts south of Yellowstone on the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Range riding and landowner outreach in the Big Hole Valley, where grizzlies are reclaiming historic range.
Equipping vacationers in the Madison Valley to avoid run-ins with Yellowstone’s expanding grizzly population.
Retiring conflict-prone grazing leases in Greater Yellowstone—for wildlife, livestock and ranchers alike.
Helping connect habitat in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, with big benefits south of the border too.
Preventing conflicts through education and technology as grizzlies expand west from Greater Yellowstone.