GREATER YELLOWSTONE COALITION
America's Voice for a Greater Yellowstone!
Partners in Conservation

GYC thanks our Partners in Conservation whose generous support helps us meet our mission!

Black Diamond Equipment, Ltd.

Who We Are

Mission: People protecting the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem now and for future generations.

 

GYC Celebrates 30 Years of Conservation Success!

The Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC) was founded in 1983 on a simple premise: An ecosystem will remain healthy and wild only if it is kept whole.

Since that time, we have emerged as America's Voice for a Greater Yellowstone — a nationally known advocate for the idea that ecosystem level sustainability and science should guide the management of the region’s public and private lands.

Perhaps the best measure of our leadership and influence is our base of more than 40,000 supporters worldwide. These constituents have come together to fulfill our mission of protecting the lands, waters and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations.

This vast ecosystem includes 20 million acres of wild country that includes Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, parts of six national forests, five national wildlife refuges, and state and private lands in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. The area is one of the largest, nearly intact temperate ecosystems left on Earth (see map).  

The Greater Yellowstone Coalition works to ensure that a thoughtful and holistic approach is taken to managing the national and wildlife resources in harmony with people and modern development. We work to shape a future where wildlife populations maintain their full diversity and vitality, where ecological processes function on public lands with minimal intervention, where exceptional recreational opportunities abound for visitors and residents alike, and where communities can enjoy a healthy and diversified economy.

We have been a pioneer in defining and promoting the concept of ecosystem management for more than 30 years. Our offices, strategically placed in Bozeman, Mont.; Jackson and Cody, Wyo.; and Idaho Falls, Idaho, allow us to engage in a wide variety of efforts locally, regionally, and nationally to ensure the area's forests, streams, wildlife and other features are protected for generations to come.

Find out what we are doing today to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and how you can help play a part in maintaining its future.

BUSINESS MEMBERS

Barker-Ewing Float Trips, Moose, WY

BF Adventures, Seattle, WA

Bill-Sarah's Bakery, Philadelphia, PA

Black Diamond Equipment, Ltd., Salt Lake City, UT

Blue Ribbon Flies, West Yellowstone, MT

Blue Sky Adventures, San Francisco, CA

Bohart Ranch Cross Country Ski Center, Bozeman, MT

Brandin' Iron Inn, West Yellowstone, MT

Cindy Goeddel Photography & Yellowstone Tours, Bozeman, MT

Color World Printers, Bozeman, MT

Cony Corporation, Wilson, WY

Diane Hargreaves Photography, Bozeman, MT

GraniteTCS - Technology Solutions, Bozeman, MT

Heron Dance, Ferrisburgh, VT

High Country Flies, Jackson, WY

Images of Nature Gallery, Jackson, WY

Insty Prints, Bozeman, MT

Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, Moran, WY

Jake Campos Photography, Bozeman, MT

Jim Barrett Studio, Livingston, MT

Jimmy Chin Photography, Victor, ID

Jimmy's All Seasons Angler, Idaho Falls, ID

Mind Matters Pilates Studio, Rock Springs, WY

Moonlight Basin, Big Sky, MT

National Parks Traveler

Nature Education Center, Fifield, WI

Ninkasi Brewing Company, Eugene, OR

Nitro 2 Go, Inc., Highland, CA

Northern Lights Trading Company, Bozeman, MT

North Star Consulting Group, Bozeman, MT

Northwest Chiropractic Center, Tumwater, WA

Oboz Footwear, Bozeman, MT

The Orvis Company, Inc., Manchester, VT

Old Works Golf Course, Anaconda, MT

Patagonia, Dillon, MT

R&R Taylor Construction, Bozeman, MT

Silver Tip Mountain Center, Silver Gate, MT

Simm's Fishing Products, Bozeman, MT

Sleepy Hollow Lodge, West Yellowstone, MT

The Backpackers Shop, Sheffield Village, OH

Timber Trails, Livingston, MT

Tom Murphy Photography, Livingston, MT


Tramontane, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT

Trillium Natural Foods, Lincoln City, OR

Twin Pines Lodge, Dubois, WY

Wade Lake Resort, Cameron, MT

Wiltermood Associates, Inc., Port Orchard, WA

Woolloomoolloo, Manhattan, MT

Yellowstone Association, Yellowstone National Park, WY

NON-PROFIT MEMBERS

American Rivers

Audubon Naturalist Society

Backcountry Hunters and Anglers

Bear Creek Council

Coalition of National Park Service Retirees

Continental Divide Trail Society

Craighead Environmental Research Institute

Defenders of Wildlife

Earthjustice

Federation of Fly Fishers

Friends of the Teton River

Future West

Gallatin Valley Land Trust

Grand Canyon Trust

Grand Teton Natural History Association

Henry’s Fork Foundation

Housatonic Fly Fishermen's Association

Idaho Conservation League

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance

Madison River Foundation

Montana Audubon

Montana Conservation Voters

Montana Wilderness Association

Montana Wildlife Federation

Montanans for Quiet Recreation

Murie Center

National Outdoor Leadership School

National Parks Conservation Association

National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Refuge Association

Natural Resources Defense Council

Park County Environmental Council

Sierra Club

Snake River Audubon Society

Sonoran Institute

Teton Regional Land Trust

The Wilderness Society

Trout Unlimited

Trust for Public Land

Valley Advocates for Responsible Development

Western Environmental Law Center

Wildlife Conservation Society

Wilderness and Recreation Partnership

Wyoming Outdoor Council

Wyoming Wilderness Association

Yellowstone Association

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative