Friends of the Bridger-Teton identifies priority projects by engaging local communities and their local Ranger Districts to determine where Forest Service need and community support most overlap. Across the entire Forest there is a common denominator of support for access, watersheds and wildlife. Maintaining access, like infrastructure, trailheads and trails, because that’s how the public connects with their public lands; protecting wildlife and watersheds because our access has impacts.

Access

Access

Watershed Health

Watershed Health

Wildlife Habitat

Wildlife Habitat