Protecting the wildlife, wild places, and community character of Jackson Hole since 1979.
Understanding they could not respond to this challenge individually, a group of citizens decided to work together as an alliance to help our community responsibly plan for a better future. These citizens also understood our valley needed a local organization with deep roots in our community to address a continual parade of bad ideas.
Over the next 18 years the Jackson Hole Alliance for Responsible Planning grew into a strong and respected voice in our valley, addressing increasingly daunting development pressures and a continual parade of bad ideas. In 1997,we changed our name to the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance. Though the name changed, our core mission remained the same: to protect the wildlife, wild places, and community character that make this place so incredible.