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Marking their third collaboration with the country's national parks, The Grand National Parks No. 3 rendition will benefit The Grand Teton National Parks Foundation. Wyoming Whiskey is donating $150k to the group to continue their protection of the land in the company's own backyard (where all the founders call home). Co-founders, Brad & Kate Mead and David DeFazio, stated that Grand Teton National Park has always played a pivotal role in their lives whether it was for business or outdoor adventure. Working with a few snowboarders in the past, it's a solid move to keep the popular destination as protected as possible. We are more into the conservation side of the news, but if you are into the whiskey, The Grand is from three 10-year-old single barrels that are dubbed the best whiskey the brand has put out by their Master Blender, Nancy Fraley. Using non-GMO grain from their namesake state, this marks over $400k donated to National Parks through the program including Yellowstone and others. No matter if the park allows snowboarding or not, it is nice to see people helping keep nature as it should be.

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With Jackson Hole nestled right in the area, the place they are protecting has produced riders like Travis Rice, Mark Carter, Blake Paul, Cam Fitzpatrick, and plenty more while even more have been drawn to the area and never left, now calling it home. With world-class terrain and an average snowfall over fourteen feet, it is easy to see why. Not many resorts can boast they held the Natural Selection Tour, and they held it twice.

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