Beers and Banter talks conservation

JACKSON, WY — Conservation is as integral to Teton County’s history as the pioneers that set up shop here centuries ago.

Thursday, April 18, join the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum and the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance to hear stories from the past 40 years of conservation projects, people, challenges, and successes. Panelists include Story Clark, Len Carlman, Franz Camenzind, Craig Benjamin, and Skye Schell.

Beers & Banter: A Local History Happy Hour starts at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited so make sure to come early to grab your spot. Roadhouse beer, wine, and seltzer available at the program for a suggested donation.

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