Foundation Sets Priorities for Grand Teton National Park
GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Over the past 20 years, the Grand Teton National Park Foundation has raised more than $65 million for the site in Wyoming.
Foundation President Leslie Mattson says its next priorities include the cultural preservation of the Mormon Row area and improving public access to the Snake River.
The foundation was created in 1997 as the primary fundraising partner for the park.
The projects and initiatives it has funded have aimed to improve visitor services, preserve park resources and provide outreach to a variety of people.
Grand Teton has nearly 5 million visitors a year.