August 1, 2014 by parkdirector
In preparation for the Teton County Board of Commissioner meeting on August 5th the Jackson Hole Land Trust Board President Fred Staehr submitted an op-ed to our local Jackson Hole News and Guide regarding the organization’s reason for protecting the property.
At the meeting Rendezvous Park’s Final Development Plan will be assessed and hopefully approved. On behalf of all of Rendezvous Lands Conservancy thank you to the Jackson Hole Land Trust for your vision and persistence to protect the former commercial gravel pit that will soon be fully reclaimed and transformed into a 40-acre natural park for the enjoyment of the community and its visitors.
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