The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem comprises 28 million acres of irreplaceable habitats that support one of the largest intact collections of wildlife and animal species in the lower 48 United States. At its core is the 2.2-million-acre Yellowstone National Park, the first U.S. national park and the beginning of a movement that has resulted in protected areas around the world.
Read the story of a conservation pioneer in the Greater Yellowstone.
Watch a video and hear Jerry discuss challenges facing wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone.
Watch a video of the Greater Yellowstone rancher discussing what it really means to protect your land with a conservation easement.
Watch a film about how the Conservancy is working with others to safeguard Yellowstone’s wildlife