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TCC Receives Microgrant from The Community Foundation for Stewardship Work

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Rodeo Wall and Hoback Shield are two of the Jackson Hole climbing community’s premier climbing areas. Both lie on Bridger-Teton National Forest public lands, and both require stewardship work that exceeds the financial abilities of the BTNF to execute.

To assist, The TCC developed two separate Adopt-A-Crag stewardship projects, and applied for a microgrant from The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole to help offset associated costs.

On Tuesday, Aug. 31, The Community Foundation informed the TCC that they had received a $400 micro grant for the projects.

Stewardship Director Chris led the stewardship project at Rodeo Wall last week after two previous efforts had been thwarted by weather.

The Adopt-A-Crag of Hoback Shield was postponed by the discovery of cultural resources at the crag’s base. The project will be rescheduled at a later date.

Our thanks go out to The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole for their help in making our stewardship work possible.

 

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