Geologists of Jackson Hole

As a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, our mission is to inform and educate our members and community about earth science related matters – their broad scope and importance to all of us.

Become a Member

We encourage anyone with an interest in earth science, regardless of their educational background, to become a member of the Geologists of Jackson Hole. To learn more about joining, please visit our membership information page. Click here for a membership application.

Upcoming Field Trips

We hold monthly trips and events. Click below for more information.


All photos ©John Hebberger Jr.

Public Programs
in Conjunction with
Teton County Library

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Due to the COVID 19 outbreak, all public programs will be Live Digital presentations in conjunction with the Teton County Library using Zoom. You are welcome to view the live presentations using the Zoom meeting link and password listed for each presentation...

Upcoming Live Digital Presentations

The next live presentation will be be Jan 5. “Water in the Solar System: The essence of Life?’ The presenter is Mike Adler, member GJH.  Check back for details.


Recent Presentations   

Here is the Youtube access to  our past Presentations: ALL THE VIDEOS

November 17th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Hydraulic Fracturing and how it relates to Earthquakes and Water Quality”; Presented by Dan Creighton, Geologists of Jackson Hole.  Video Summary

October 6th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: “Geology of Eastern Canada and the Eastern United States”; Presented by Mike Adler, Geologists of Jackson Hole. Video  Summary


September 1st (Tuesday), 6 p.m., via Zoom (online) – Open to Public. Presentation: Ore Deposits of Wyoming”; Presented by Simone Runyon, University of Wyoming. Summary   Video

August 18th (Tuesday), 6 p.m., LIVE via ZOOM:  “Idaho’s Dinosaurs: They Dug Their Own Graves”  Presented by – Dr. L.J. Krumenacker, Department of Geological Sciences and Idaho Museum of Natural History, ISU.  Video  Summary




Members Only Events



Whetstone Creek Gorge