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One Percent Pays Out

July 19, 2011 Jackson Hole, Teton Valley No Comments
One Percent

One Percent For The Tetons this week awarded a total of $71,735 in grant money to seven projects around the region including four in Jackson Hole, two in Teton Valley, and one in Dubois.  According to Executive Director Jonathan Schechter, $20-thousand was awarded to Craighead Beringia South to apply toward a $97-thousand wildlife research education program, $20-thousand was presented to Friends of Pathways to apply toward a $100-thousand sustainable trails partnership on Teton pass, $96-hundred was given to the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance to assist with a $26-thousand wildlife conservation assessment, and $96-hundred was also provided to Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative  to help with an open wir science and art museum estimated to cost about $12-thousand to establish.

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