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Targhee Employees Donate To Community

April 25, 2012 Teton County, Teton Valley No Comments
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Grand Targhee Resort has announced it has granted of over $5,500 to Teton Valley non-profits for environmental projects benefiting the local community.  Among those grants is $1500 to the Friends of the Teton River to help increase awareness and support for conservation of land and water resources along the river, $1100 to Teton Valley Community recycling for their outreach and educational programs, $1500 to the Teton Regional Land Trust to complete a survey of sandhill cranes in Teton Valley, and $1500 to Teton Valley Trails and Pathways for trail maintenance.  The Targhee POW Foundation collects donations throughout the year from employees who generously donate a specified amount from each paycheck. These donations are matched 100% by the Resort.

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