Protecting the Resources of Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are crown jewels of America’s National Park System. The wildlife and stunning vistas found in these two parks attract visitors from around the world and inspire millions of people with their conservation legacies. Each new use or activity proposed inside Yellowstone should be carefully analyzed and weighed by biologists and National Park Service managers tasked with conserving this special place. Deference should always be given to protecting park resources.

Click here to read the Greater Yellowstone Coalition letter of opposition to legislation in the U.S. Congress attempting to allow boating on sensitive waterways of Yellowstone National Park.