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Gilman Ordway

Gilman Ordway
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GILMAN ORDWAY is owner and operator of Fish Creek Ranch, a tourist resort and ranch in Jackson Hole. Ordway moved to Jackson Hole in 1954. He was one of the first Jackson Hole landowners to donate a conservation easement on his property to The Nature Conservancy to ensure its preservation as open space. He has served on the board of the Woods Hole Research Center, the Jackson Hole Alliance, the Wyoming field office of The Nature Conservancy, the Teton Science School, The Wilderness Society, and American Farmland Trust. Mr. Ordway is a former board member of WWF. He is interested in environmental education and has endowed several scholarships at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. He graduated from Yale University, class of 1947, and received a law degree from the University of Colorado. He and his wife, Margaret, have been on a number of trips with the WWF travel program over the years.