Unlike other Rocky Mountain resort towns, conservation practices drive the value of the Jackson Hole real estate market more than development and promotion.
In the middle of nearly unimaginable scenic beauty available to all as public lands, landowners and conservation-minded developers have gone to great lengths to keep from miring that beauty with overdevelopment.
In fact, many landowners continue to protect open acreage through conservation organizations like the Jackson Hole Land Trust and The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance. These organizations focus on leaving open space to maintain migratory paths for the abundant wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
These conservation practices ensure the rugged and pristine nature of this magical place, but also offer tax benefits to the landowners who willingly sacrifice to make it happen.
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