Throughout the season (May through October) we host many events at the UWS-NPS Research Station at the AMK Ranch. Check back throughout the season to see what we have going on. Or sign up for our mailing list to be notified as soon as new information becomes available.
See the full list of our 2018 Season Events.
2018 Event Flyers
- June 21 – Wyoming’s sage-grouse core area strategy: is it effective?
Jeffrey L. Beck, Associate Professor of Rangeland Wildlife Habitat Restoration Ecology, University of Wyoming
- June 28 – Connected Conservation: History and Management at the Arctic and National Elk Refuges
Brian Glaspell, Refuse Manager, National Elk Refuge, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
- July 5 – Butterfly and plant responses to climate change in montane meadows of GTNP
Diane Debinski, Professor and Head, Department of Ecology, Montana State University
- July 12 – Anatomy of Old Faithful and Yellowstone, Earth’s core to hot springs and geysers
Robert B. Smith, Distinguished Professor of Geophysics, University of Utah
- July 19 – Living with climate change: Can behavior help pikas and other sensitive species cope?
Embere Hall, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, University of Wyoming
- July 26 – The secret lives of mountain lion kittens
Mark Elbroch, Lead Scientist, Puma Program, Panthera
- August 2 – The Tetons are calling and we must go: Visitor use and experience at String and Leigh Lakes
Jenna Baker, M.S. Candidate, Oregon State University; Will Rice, M.S. Candidate, Pennsylvania State University
- August 9 – Special Event: 3rd Annual Wyoming Festival – New Music in the Mountains
Join the world class musicians of the Wyoming Festival and composers from across the globe for a concert of new classical music inspired by the ecology of GTNP.
- August 16 – Deep Migrations – Public Seminar, Exhibit, and Book Launch
Featuring University of Wyoming photographer Bailey Russel and Wyoming Migration Initiative writer/historian Gregory Nickerson.
Hank Harlow Summer Seminar Series
From mid-June to mid-August we host diverse speakers as part of our summer seminar series. Join us on Thursday evenings (unless otherwise noted) for a BBQ at 5:30 pm ($5+ suggested donation) followed by the seminar at 6:30 pm. Seminars are in the Berol Lodge and are open to the public.
Weren’t able to attend a seminar you wanted to see? Curious about what the past seminars have been? Watch videos of seminars beginning in 2014.
The Wyoming Festival – New Music in the Mountains
The Wyoming Festival brings together composers and performers of new classical music, with an emphasis on nature, ecology, and creativity. Each year select composers are invited to attend and their pieces are played by local musicians. Several performances are open to the public at the end of the event to showpiece their creations. This year’s topic is wildlife in the Grand Tetons.
See a video profile from one of the 2016 composers, Ayala Asherov Kalus.
Your Event Here
Interested in holding your own event at the Research Station? Click here to reserve a conference room (seating for 20-30 people), seminar room (seating for 90 people), or a lodge for your event.