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Environmental Responsibility

Our mission is to conserve natural resources and mitigate climate change. We are committed to integrating environmental issues into all aspects of our business.

9/18/19 - In an important operational measure, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort proudly announces a full transition to Green Power for its electricity needs. Effective immediately, all resort operations are powered by Lower Valley Energy's (LVE) 100% Green Power program. This includes all JHMR on- mountain lifts, facilities, and base area operations. The program's product directly sources wind power from Horse Butte Wind Farm in neighboring Idaho; the closest wind energy source directly tied to Lower Valley's grid.   
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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a founding member of the Climate Challenge! The Climate Challenge is an innovative sustainability program that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the ski industry due to the industry´s exposure to climate change. Jackson Hole is one of eight resorts nationally that has taken the challenge for the 2011/12 season. More information on the Climate Challenge

To implement our environmental policy, JHMR commits to:

  • Follow applicable environmental laws and regulations.
  • Follow the principles of National Ski Area Association's (NSAA) Sustainable Slopes Charter.
  • Establish targets for pollution prevention.
  • Continually review and improve our environmental program.
  • Communicate our environmental work and policy to employees and the public.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is an authorized permittee of Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and is an equal opportunity employer.

We welcome your suggestions and comments. Please call, write, or email:

Jon Bishop
Risk/Safety Manager
Environmental Coordinator
PO Box 290
Teton Village, WY 83025

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