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Sustainable Destination
Management Plan

In December 2021, the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board (JHTTB) announced an evolution of commitments to Jackson and Teton County as destinations with an increased focus on the long-term function and prosperity of the wider community. To steer and support this process, the JHTTB has contracted a consulting team from the George Washington University’s International Institute, Confluence Sustainability, and the Riverwind Foundation.

The Riverwind Foundation serves as the primary sustainable tourism and destination management liaison and coordinator between destination stakeholders and community partners, JHTTB destination management/steering committees, and the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board, providing sustainable tourism and destination management information and technical resources and/or contacts to destination stakeholders, community partners, and the general public. 

For additional information on the plan, please see the attached FAQ or visit https://www.visitjacksonhole.com/locals.