“Sarah and I are pleased to support GVLT, through our time and donations, because its vital conservation, trails, and community work conserves the best that the Gallatin region has to offer.”

Whitney serves as Director of Land and Wildlife Conservation for The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation where his principal responsibilities are working with the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch, in Emigrant, Montana, to ensure it is a best-in-class leader in land and wildlife conservation management, and addressing larger natural resource issues in the Yellowstone ecosystem. Whitney is also a partner in High Country Apps LLC, developing interactive field guides for smart phones and tablets and author of the Flora of the Yellowstone. Throughout his career Whitney has focused on conservation, working on a wide range of natural resource issues from Colorado River water allocations and black-footed ferret recovery to Asian tiger conservation and evaluation of federal fisheries programs. Whitney has worked for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Sonoran Institute and National Audubon Society, among others. He earned a Masters of Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and began his introduction to the Greater Yellowstone Region by ranching in the Tetons of Idaho. Whitney Tilt lives in Bozeman, Montana.