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THE YELLOWSTONE STEWARD eNEWS JULY 2014
Q & A WITH MICHELIN'S PETE SELLECK
Michelin senior management team in Yellowstone, 2014

On Partnership, Sustainability, and Generosity

The Yellowstone Steward had a chance to talk with Pete Selleck, Michelin North America’s chairman and president since October 2011.  Mr. Selleck recently brought his senior management team to Yellowstone for their annual off-site meeting. read more >>

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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Dear Friend:


Yellowstone works its own brand of magic on all of us.  It inspires intense admiration and devotion, leading to many loyal partnerships that have been key to the success of the Yellowstone Park Foundation.

 

Some of these partnerships fly under the radar for most Yellowstone visitors, but touch nearly every aspect of Park activities... read more >>

Karen Bates Kress
Karen Bates Kress, President

Karen Bates Kress

OPERATION GREENEST PARK
Greening Symposium participants tour Lamar Buffalo Ranch

For the second time in three years, the Yellowstone Park Foundation and Yellowstone National Park brought together some of the country’s leading sustainability experts to create viable strategies geared to making Yellowstone the world’s greenest park.  read more >>

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OFF THE GRID IN LAMAR VALLEY
Solar Panels at Lamar Buffalo Ranch

Yellowstone continues to raise the bar in its use of renewable energy sources.  Soon, it will power an important Park facility with a combination of sunlight, a natural spring, and used car batteries. Sound futuristic? It's not.  read more >>


Yellowstone Lake, by Tom Murphy
1872 SOCIETY WEEKEND

On September 19-21, 2014, the Yellowstone Park Foundation will host the annual, fun-filled weekend for members of our 1872 Society.  Stay at the newly remodeled Yellowstone Lake Hotel, and enjoy expertly guided field trips, a keynote address by Gary Ferguson—journalist and author of Walking Down the Wild—and camaraderie with some of the Park's most committed stewards.  read more >>

 

Toyota RAV4
RELIABLE NEW WHEELS FOR YELLOWSTONE'S RANGERS

It takes a bevy of vehicles to cover 466 miles of Park roadways and get rangers and other Yellowstone staff where they need to go.  The most eye-catching members of the Park's 800-vehicle fleet are those donated by Toyota—like this new, energy efficient 2014 RAV4.  It joins Toyota’s earlier contributions, including several hybrid Priuses and two pickup trucks, which have replaced older, more fuel-hungry vehicles.  read more >>

 
Yellowstone Outdoors App by High Country Apps

Download Your Own Personal Tour Guide

New Yellowstone App is for Outdoor Enthusiasts


Heading to Yellowstone this summer?  To get the inside scoop on the best things to do and see, grab your phone or tablet, and download a new mobile app, Yellowstone Outdoors.  Developed by High Country Apps, in partnership with YPF, it uses an interactive, location-based platform so you can quickly and easily find nearby hiking trails, places to fish, picnic spots, historical sites, natural marvels, and more.  And it's free!  read more >>


Photos: Group at Old Faithful - Michelin North America; Yellowstone Lake - Tom Murphy; Smartphone - High Country Apps.
All other photographs by Matt Ludin/Yellowstone Park Foundation.


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