People protecting the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, a vast network of 20 million acres surrounding Yellowstone National Park.
Across more than 20 million acres, three states, and two national parks, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition works to defend the wild heart of America.
Photography credits and copyrights can be found at the bottom of each page or by hovering over an image.
One of the last landscapes on Earth that works like nature should.
The birthplace of freshwater for more than 55 million Americans.
America's only place to find wild Yellowstone grizzly bears, bison, wolves, elk, and more.
Your voice makes a difference. Sign up today to become an advocate or donate now and put your money to work. Become a member and join thousands of people across the country working together to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife in and around Yellowstone National Park.
Strategic planning at the Greater Yellowstone Coalition is a constant. We continually seek to improve, enhance, and focus the use of our resources and people to have the most positive impact upon the lands, waters, and wildlife of the more than 20 million acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Check back here on a regular basis for updates and information.
Banner photos copyright (in order of appearance):
Scott Bosse, Cindy Goeddel, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Tom Murphy, Tom Murphy, and Rick Smith