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Flat Creek Corridor Preserved

December 24, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
JH Land Trust

It was an early Christmas present for the Town of Jackson this year.  The Flat Creek Corridor Project is continued to move forward, with an additional two acres protected this December through Phase 3 of the project. Jackson Hole Land Trust Spokesperson Leslie Steen says the success of the project is made possible through a partnership between the Land Trust and the Town of Jackson, which was celebrated in this year’s Annual Community Picnic in August. Through that partnership, she says important habitat for mule deer, moose, and native cutthroat trout – and access to a network of community trails – is permanently protected from development, right in the Town of Jackson.

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