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Information About Our Projects

Over the last decade-plus, Friends of the Bridger-Teton National For­est Avalanche Cen­ter has played a cru­cial role in sup­port­ing the Bridger-Teton National For­est Avalanche Cen­ter, accord­ing to Cen­ter Direc­tor Bob Comey. Dur­ing that time, a period when demand for the Center’s ser­vices greatly increased, fund­ing from the non-profit has supported:

  • Extend­ing the length of the fore­cast sea­son
  • New web-based maps of avalanche events
  • Main­tain­ing remote weather sta­tions
  • Pub­lic avalanche aware­ness pre­sen­ta­tions.
  • Edu­ca­tion for avalanche fore­cast­ers.
  • Pur­su­it of fund­ing from grants.
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Project Updates

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The abil­ity to view nation­wide avalanche haz­ards on a sin­gle map will be an impor­tant tool to fol­low the snow pack activ­ity through­out the United States. Cur­rently, sci­en[...]


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Your financial support enables the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center to continue its mission to provide important avalanche awareness information to northwest Wyoming. Thank you for considering a donation to our non-profit and we invite to be apart of our efforts.