NPCA’s Yellowstone Field Office worked with our conservation allies and state and federal wildlife managers to secure an additional 75,000 acres of bison habitat north of Yellowstone National Park.
- Completed a fence-removal project on the Gallatin National Forest that opened up 35,000 acres of habitat for Yellowstone’s northern pronghorn herd.
- Through our partnership with Nature Valley’s Preserve the Parks program, NPCA’s Yellowstone Field Office has improved habitat for Yellowstone’s northern pronghorn herd. To date we’ve:
- Conducted 8 fence removal projects;
- Lead 4 public hikes following the path of the pronghorn;
- Worked with 100+ volunteers and 8 landowners;
- Removed over 6 miles of fence; and
- Altered over 3 miles of fence.
- NPCA’s Yellowstone Field Office continues to push for the implementation of best management practices in Yellowstone National Park by advocating for a winter management plan that protects Yellowstone’s natural resources, wildlife and provides the best visitor experience.
- NPCA's Yellowstone Program completed the ground-breaking report: Gateways to Yellowstone: Protecting the Wild Heart of our Region’s Thriving Economy. The Gateways report has served to help launch a new initiative in which hundreds of business and community leaders are speaking up for Yellowstone and Its needs.