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Protect our Water Resources and Become a Trout Friendly Lawn Ally

Our behaviors impact the ecosystem around us—and landscaping is no different. Thankfully, there are many local businesses in our county that seek to protect our waterways from detrimental lawn practices such as fertilization and overwatering. “Excess nutrients can lead to increased algae and aquatic plant growth, which can harm aquatic habitats and disrupt the ecosystem.” … Continue reading Protect our Water Resources and Become a Trout Friendly Lawn Ally

23rd Annual Gros Ventre River Spray Days 2022

Over three days, partners with the Jackson Hole Weed Management Association (JHWMA) collaborate on an invasive weed project across the Gros Ventre River corridor.  “The goal is to contain and reduce the spotted knapweed infestation that is thought to have started on the Gros Ventre River in the 1970’s…without this amazing group coming together for … Continue reading 23rd Annual Gros Ventre River Spray Days 2022

National Mosquito Control Awareness Week (June 19-25, 2022)

Join us for the National Mosquito Control Awareness Week that extends from June 19-25. Without your support and involvement with TCWP, our mosquito efforts would be in vain. Outreach and community involvement from concerned citizens of Teton County are necessary for an effective Integrated Pest Management system. If you see our full-time or seasonal staff … Continue reading National Mosquito Control Awareness Week (June 19-25, 2022)

American History: A Story of Mosquito-Borne Disease

When you think of a deadly animal what comes to mind? Sharks? Rattlesnakes? Crocodiles? These animals may result in some human deaths but they are far from the deadliest creatures out there. So what’s the “big” killer?— you guessed it, mosquitoes.  Mosquito-borne diseases kill between half a million and 2.7 million people each year. You’ve … Continue reading American History: A Story of Mosquito-Borne Disease

TCWP District Board puts the community first: The mill levy reduced and the cost-share program launched

The past few years in Jackson have been a rollercoaster of events. New home buyers are discouraged by the inflated market, renters who used to pay $1200 a month are now forced to pay $2200 for a tiny apartment, and long-time locals are faced with rising property taxes. But don’t lose hope. There are plenty … Continue reading TCWP District Board puts the community first: The mill levy reduced and the cost-share program launched