Top Yellowstone Stories of 2016

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 28, 2016

2016 was a big year in Yellowstone National Park with a number of celebrations, events, and stories. We’ve compiled the top stories to recap! Bombardiers Final Run (March 2016) With the close of last year’s winter season came the end … Continued

Mammoth First Four-Star Green Restaurant in National Park System

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 19, 2016

Mammoth Hotel Dining Room Is First In The National Park System to Receive Four-Star Green Restaurant Certification As of December 13, 2016, Mammoth Dining Room has officially certified as a 4-star Green Restaurant by the Green Restaurant Association, upgrading from 2-Stars awarded in 2013. … Continued

12 Gifts of Yellowstone

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 5, 2016

To start the holiday season out right, we want to countdown your favorite things about Yellowstone National Park. That’s why we’re counting down the 12 Days of Christmas with your stories and photos! On the 1st Day of Christmas, Yellowstone … Continued

Introducing…Yellowstone Forever

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 5, 2016

Our longtime nonprofit partners, the Yellowstone Association and Yellowstone Park Foundation recently announced the completion of a merger and official unveiling of the new organization as Yellowstone Forever ( The new unified education and fundraising partner for Yellowstone will harness … Continued

Giving Beer Bottles New Life

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 2, 2016

Yellowstone National Park is recycling its bottles into furniture and lodging features By Veronica Stoddart Where can you drink a bottle of beer, recycle it, and then sit on a bench made from that bottle? Yellowstone National Park. The bottles-into-benches … Continued

Secrets of Winter Wildlife Watching

Posted by: Sarah Bierschwale on December 2, 2016

Written by: Candyce H. Stapen In winter, Yellowstone National Park morphs into a picturesque wonderland, complete with snowy woods, ice pellets of geyser rain, frozen waterfalls, and abundant animals. Although the bears hibernate, bison, elk, mule deer, moose, wolves, and … Continued