Parks Project is dedicated to protecting our parklands, and we find inspiration in the incredible people and places that we have the privilege to support. One of those unique and truly special places is Yellowstone National Park.
In a park that’s larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined with the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states (67 species), there’s more than enough to talk about.
We’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Yellowstone Forever, the official non profit of Yellowstone National Park, for over 7 years and contributed over $43,000 to date to projects in the park and one of those incredible efforts is the Yellowstone Cougar and Wolf Project.
Our project impact visit kicked off with meeting Dan Stahler, a Wildlife Biologist at Yellowstone National Park; Dan is the lead scientist on the Cougar, Wolf, and Elk projects.
- Sevag Kazanci, co-founder & chief Impact officer Park Project