Jackson Hole Land Trust moves into new permanent office space

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Land Trust is all moved in at its new office location at 690 S Highway 89, Suite 101.

The bright, open workspace of the new JHLT office occupies the void once filled by Pizza Artisan and now provides ample room for all of the JHLT staff. While the building was originally designed by Karen Parent, AIA, of Dynia Architects, the JHLT office buildout was led by Chris Mommsen of The Hole Works, Page Goode of Make Room Designs, and Jeremie Moore of Serenity, Inc.

JHLT’s recent expansion into regional land protection and community conservation projects led the organization to quickly outgrow the offices at 185 East Hansen, soon to be occupied by a local architecture firm. The Land Trust had occupied that space since 2013.

The purchase of its own office space was a goal identified by JHLT Board of Directors. Entering its 39th year, JHLT can now build equity and further establish itself as a lasting community asset.

“Most importantly, the Land Trust wants to ensure that it has functional facilities necessary for accomplishing organizational goals, as well as the basic needs to serve its growing base of supporters, landowners, and partners,” JHLT President Laurie Andrews explained. “We are also proud that the new office includes one employee unit, purchased after unanimous support came from JHLT Board members.”

The space boasts a more dynamic conference room for larger meetings and sufficient storage. JHLT is working to help rent this space out to fellow nonprofits.

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