This week-long event filled with tours, workshops, presentations, and film, culminates in a community-wide celebration of the Greater Yellowstone region’s exceptional wildlife and irreplaceable natural resources and the fall migration of the Sandhill Crane on the Driggs City Center Plaza. The Festival supports the efforts of the Greater Yellowstone Sandhill Crane Initiative which works to protect crucial habitat and resources for the largest staging population of Sandhill Cranes in the Greater Yellowstone and the myriad of iconic species that call the region home.
Photography Workshop: As part of the Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival, Linda Swope will teach a 2-day photography workshop. on Tuesday, September 17th participants will meet at 5pm at the Teton Regional Land Trust to go out onto conserved wetlands with Linda and a naturalist for experience in the field. There is a suggested donation of $25 for this 2-day workshop.
Wine and Palletes:
Enjoy an evening of art and fun at the Teton Galleria. All supplies and instruction are included for only $35. Bring your beverage of choice and at the end of the event, you can take your own masterpiece home. Register at The Local Galleria.