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The Public Art Task Force will hold a meeting on November 2 to review a proposed nature viewing platform project for Murie Family Park. The park is on land owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The National Elk Refuge is co-hosting a CWD forum in Jackson, Wyoming on Wednesday, December 7, 2016. The forum will be held at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Historic preservation work at the Miller House is wrapping up this month, with the Refuge’s premier cultural resource now sporting new logs that will help maintain the structure’s integrity.
With warmer, milder weather expected to return to the valley next week, pathways users and the general public are reminded that the North Highway 89 Pathway between the Town of Jackson and Grand Teton National Park will remain open through the month of October.
Pictured left to right: Rich Ochs, Teton County Emergency Management; Ralph Estell, National Weather Service, Riverton, WY; Lori Iverson, US Fish and Wildlife Service; Andy Norman, Bridger-Teton National Forest; and local meteorologist Jim Woodmencey from mountainweather.com.
Art lovers have several programs to choose from at the Refuge this month, coinciding with Jackson's 2016 Fall Arts Festival.
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Elk aren't the only species of wildlife you may see on the National Elk Refuge.