In response to increased visitation during a second summer of COVID and changes in visitor use patterns, GTA collaborated with agency partners to pilot a mobile unit to provide essential information and interpretive producta at high use public land sites.
Staffed with enthusiastic GTA volunteers, this van spent most of the summer at Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. Settled there, thousands of visitors could learn the history of the Mormon settlers and gain essential information to support their visit.
During the month of August, the van was located at the base of the clock tower at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort where Bridger-Teton National Forest volunteers joined GTA to volunteers supported visitors with information and interpretive products.
The van was a huge success meeting visitors in where they were. Grand Teton Association looks forward to providing another year of support in 2022.