Teton County, Wyoming recently released Land Development Regulation “concepts” for public review and comment. The concepts are limited to the rural areas of the county and are designed to achieve the goals of the 2012 Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan adopted late last year. Among the goals being refined are preservation of large, contiguous open spaces, preservation of key habitats and scenic vistas, preservation of agricultural heritage, and allowing less than 40% growth to occur in rural areas. Two days of open house workshops begin today at the County Commission Chambers. The public is also invited to go online to evaluate the concepts and provide input.