Teton, Sublette, and Fremont Counties
Upper Green Fence
March 2018. Reconstruction and restoration of wildlife-friendly fence in an area where high migrational mule deer, antelope and elk traffic occurs each year.
Total Project Cost: $620,112WWNRT Funded: $140,000Sponsor: USFS - Bridger-Teton National Forest
Green Mountain Aspen II
September 2017. Removal of invasive species through mechanical and chemical treatments, and prescribed fire in Fremont County.
Total Project Cost: $176,000WWNRT Funded: $21,500Sponsor: Upper Green River Cattle Association
South Pass Aspen III
September 2017. Continuation of terrestrial habitat enhancement project by aggressive treatment for invasive conifer species by fire, mechanical and chemical treatments.
Total Project Cost: $635,200WWNRT Funded: $250,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Long Creek Aspen
March 2017. Mechanical treatment, chemical and prescribed fire to remove invasive conifers on U.S. Forest Service lands near Dubois.
Total Project Cost: $525,200WWNRT Funded $68,580Sponsor: U.S. Forest Service, Shoshone National Forest
Jackson Hole Cheat Grass
March 2017. Preemptive treatment of invasive species on lands in Teton County to curtail the spread of cheat grass and demonstrate effectiveness of management and control.Total Project Cost: $18,410WWNRT Funded: $5,000Sponsor: Teton County Weed and Pest District
Upper Gros Ventre Tributaries
March 2017. Stream and riparian habitat improvements through restoration and reconnection of four tributary streams to provide critical habitat and fish passage for cutthroat trout and other native fish species on the Upper Gros Ventre River in Teton County.
Total Project Cost: $416,000WWNRT Funded: $150,000Sponsor: Trout Unlimited
Coco Belle Fence
March 2017. Removal of approximately 6,500 feet of existing fence and installation of wildlife-friendly pole top fence to improve wildlife access to approximately 123,450 acres in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness Area and Grand Teton National Park, Park County.
Total Project Cost: $86,724WWNRT Funded: $21,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Alkali Creek Culvert
March 2017. Infrastructure improvement by removing barriers to fish passage during low flow periods on Alkali Creek in Fremont County.
Total Project Cost: $229,756WWNRT Funded: $105,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
March 2017. Rehabilitation measure to address impacts of the Cliff Creek and Granite Creek Fires, including but not limited to weed control and livestock rest, and temporary electric fencing and other measures to enhance restoration of the native ecosystem in Sublette and Teton Counties.
Total Project Cost: $91,253WWNRT Funded: $22,500Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Soda Lake Vegetation
March 2017. Construction of 2,000 feet of steel jack fence to protect willows and aspen, providing wildlife benefits including protection during the winter, areas for birthing and rearing young, forage and nesting for birds in Sublette County.
Total Project Cost: $105,625WWNRT Funded: $100,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish