The Jackson Hole Travel and Tourism Board requests that destination visitors stay home.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that all potential visitors prioritize their own health along with the wellbeing of Jackson Hole and the surrounding communities. We are currently undergoing temporary lodging and business closures and ask that you please remain safe in your homes and communities. For more information please click here.
Vertical Harvest is a three-story hydroponic greenhouse that produces food for the Jackson community year-round while employing people with developmental disabilities. It was founded by Nona Yehia in 2009, who has since served as CEO of the cutting edge greenhouse while also being a practicing architect. Caroline Estay joined her in 2010 as the Director of Diversity and Inclusion, overseeing Vertical Harvest’s innovative staffing and development.