Teton, Sublette, and Fremont Counties
Jackson Hole Invasives
Invasive species eradication, primarily cheatgrass, followed by appropriate reclamation of infested sites.
Total Project Cost: $202,875WWNRT Funded: $50,000Sponsor: The Conservation Fund
Pine Creek Fish Passage
Removal of migration barrier in Pine Creek to allow passage of fish upstream and downstream, and to recreate natural spawning and seasonal migrations of fish.
Total Project Cost: $127,942WWNRT Funded: $40,000Sponsor: Upper Green River Trout Unlimited
Alexander Ranch Conservation Easement
Permanent use restriction on approximately 1,664 acres in Sublette County to preclude loss of habitat and key migration corridors for elk, deer, antelope, sage-grouse, songbirds, amphibians and other species, secure habitat for sage-grouse in a core population area, and allow for continued agricultural production.
Total Project Cost: $2,770,440WWNRT Funded: $625,000Sponsor: The Conservation Fund
Teton Invasives III
Continuation of projects to eradicate invasive species, primarily cheatgrass, followed by appropriate reclamation of infested sites
Total Project Cost: $192,975WWNRT Funded: $50,000Sponsor: Teton County Weed and Pest District
Fontenelle Fire Rehab
Rehabilitation measures to address impacts of the Fontenelle Fire, including fence repair and replacement, re-seeding of native plants, erosion control measures, and other actions to enhance restoration of the native ecosystem.
Total Project Cost: $869,800WWNRT Funded: $107,268.45Sponsor: Sublette County Conservation District
Square Top H2O
Conversion of windmill and generator type pumping systems to solar pumping systems or stations within the Fremont Butte Individual and Square Top Common BLM allotments.
Total Project Cost: $110,310WWNRT Funded: $30,500Sponsor: Sublette County Conservation District
Spawning and juvenile fish rearing improvement, and expansion of native cutthroat trout populations in Yellowstone Lake. Improvements focus primarily on removal of carnivorous, invasive Lake Trout, and on development of methods to limit recruitment of invasive fish.
Total Project Cost: $855,206WWNRT Funded: $150,000Sponsor: Trout Unlimited
Jeffery City Sage Grouse
Research and vegetation analysis on native rangelands in central Wyoming using collared Sage-grouse and various methods of habitat treatment
Total Project Cost: $224,436WWNRT Funded: $189,436Sponsor: University of Wyoming
Wyoming Range Mule Deer
Research and vegetation inventory on native rangelands through mule deer collaring and recapture to evaluate body fats, diets, pregnancy rates and other data in an area of critical importance for mule deer in Wyoming
Total Project Cost: $575,212WWNRT Funded: $120,000Sponsor: University of Wyoming
New Fork Bank Stabilization
Placement of flow detectors and bank protection on a portion of the New Fork River where a breach would result in severe degradation of spring creek juvenile fish-rearing habitat.
Total Project Cost: $46,900WWNRT Funded: $25,000Sponsor: Upper Green River Trout Unlimited