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A Gift of Love for the Grand Tetons - 06/25/08 04:30 PM
A private ceremony was held June 23rd to dedicate the last 1100 acres of the previous 3000 acre JY Ranch at the Grand Teton National Park for a nature preserve in honor of the late Laurance S. Rockefeller, a third generation member of the famous American oil family. This ceremony was the official debut of the preserve's nature center as well. Rockefeller's love of the gorgeous Grand Teton property began when his father, John D. Rockefeller, purchased the JY Ranch in the early 1930s. After inheriting the land from his father, Laurance donated 2000 acres of the ranch in the 1990s. (1 comments)
Bigger Isn't Always Better - 06/18/08 11:37 AM
In the past, one of the prime status symbols in a person's life was the size of their home. Just look at the so-called "McMansions" that have popped up all over the country. An unfortunate by-product of this up-sizing was that people mortgaged themselves to death to "keep up with the Joneses". Now, both they and the Joneses are losing their homes due to poor financing choices and multiple loans on one home. Also, with skyrocketing energy costs, simple day-to-day living expenses can go through the roof. This has, in turn, created an interest in smaller, more energy-efficient homes. Studies have (4 comments)
Summer in Yellowstone - 06/11/08 08:23 AM
With summer fast approaching, many people take to the roads to visit one of the nation's most beautiful natural wonders: Yellowstone National Park. Before embarking on this great family trip, please keep in mind that the higher elevation of Yellowstone means that the seasons change much later than in lower areas. This means that spring showers tend to linger into the summer months and even snow is known to make an appearance overnight, causing road closures in some areas. Visitors to the park should make sure they bring jackets and other warmer apparel in case the weather is cooler than expected. (1 comments)
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Goes Green! - 06/04/08 11:20 AM
The largest consumer of energy in Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, has committed to offsetting their energy use with renewable energy: geothermal energy, small hydro, biomass and wind. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) uses approximately 9,000,000 kwh per year. Through a program with Renewable Choice Energy, JHMR will be able to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 37.5 million pounds. To put this in perspective, this would be the same as taking over 3800 cars off the road or planting almost 5300 acres of fully matured trees. Additionally, JHMR has been fully certified as a third party ISO "green" company. This makes it one (2 comments)
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