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Sustainable Destination
Management Plan

The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism announced in 2021 that it’s responsibilities will include the development and implementation of a framework for managing tourism in Teton County.  The JHTTB hired the team of George Washington University International Institute for Tourism Studies and Confluence Sustainability to develop a Sustainable Destination Management Plan that will address the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats associated with tourism, our visitors, and residents.  The JHTTB hired the Riverwind Foundation as its Sustainability Coordinators of this stakeholder and community intensive engagement project.  The end result was the development of Teton County's Sustainable Destination Management Plan (SDMP) in 2022.  Now, the Riverwind Foundation serves as a primary sustainable and regenerative tourism consultant to help guide tourism stakeholders in the implementation of the SDMP.

To see the SDMP and associated contributory documents, please visit

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