Yellowstone Park Foundation
The Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop earned LEED Gold certification for its conservation-minded redesign.
The 87-year-old building is located at Old Faithful in Yellowstone.
The recently remodeled 87-year-old Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop in Yellowstone National Park has earned a LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
CODY, Wyo. — The decline in Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake has meant that anglers in Yellowstone National Park must release any of the native fish that are caught. Unfortunately, for the park’s osprey, catch-and-release fishing is not an option.
After trimming $1.75 million from its budget because of sequestration cuts, it was announced this week that Yellowstone National Park will benefit from $600,000 in grants for park-specific projects.
When soldiers from the U.S. Army were assigned to protect the wildlife and resources of Yellowstone National Park in the late 1800s, many stayed in primitive cabins that could hardly be considered glamorous — or even quaint. But now one of those cabins is up for sale and attracting widesprea…
Wondering what that beautiful rose-pink flower is that’s blooming close to the ground?
CHEYENNE — The Yellowstone Park Foundation has provided more than $200,000 in grants for various projects in the park, including bat research, energy use reduction and preservation of Yellowstone's heritage.
Jim Evanoff, Yellowstone’s environmental protection specialist, has made it his life’s work to keep the park’s trash out of landfills.
Ups and Downs gives a quick take on news of the week.
The Yellowstone Park Foundation has committed $1 million to help the park restore the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem by reducing the number of nonnative lake trout that prey on native Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the group announced Wednesday.
Yellowstone National Park has asked its fundraising partners to come up with $1 million a year for six years to expand its lake trout eradication effort at Yellowstone Lake, and by 2022 the park may need to import grizzly bears from other regions to increase the animals’ genetic diversity.
By the end of this year, Aldrich Lumber will follow the traditional trail of urban lumber yards: close the yard that’s been swallowed up by the city, move to the new edge of town and start over.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Armed with radio transmitters and remote cameras, biologists here are conducting acoustic surveys to learn more about the park’s bat population and watch it for signs of disease.
Friday is Endangered Species Day, and the public is invited to learn more about Cass the wolverine at ZooMontana.
A new machine that allows Yellowstone-area visitors to recycle bear spray canisters was unveiled in Bozeman on Friday.
A golden eagle perches watchfully in Yellowstone National Park.
CODY, Wyo. — Researchers will turn their eyes to the treetops in Yellowstone National Park this spring, looking to establish a baseline count for the park’s raptor population and follow any changes for years to come.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — The Yellowstone Park Foundation has announced $350,000 in new funding for projects inside the national park.
BOZEMAN - The Yellowstone Park Foundation gave more than $11 million to Yellowstone National Park in 2008.