The Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium is an annual conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The conference was first held in 1978 and moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in 1982.
Jackson Hole is the place for central bankers to see and be seen.
There were several routes to the Jackson Hole and Yellowstone country.
Elsewhere there appears a statement regarding the elk of Jackson Hole, and the efforts made and being made to save them.
Mule deer are increasing in the park, as well as in the rest of Jackson Hole.
Ferris saw few Indians in his travels through the Jackson Hole area in 1832 and 1833.
Large numbers of bighorns are found, however, in the mountains east and south of Jackson Hole.
The present congestion of elk in Jackson Hole represents an abnormal condition brought about by man.
In Jackson Hole, three glacial and two interglacial stages have been recognized.