The management of Grand Teton National Park has been a mix of good and bad. We applaud the good, but want to avoid the bad. Of immediate concern, of course, is the annual elk hunt. Most recently, National Park Service officials have indicated they will allow hunting on the 100 private land “inholdings” scattered throughout the park. Wildlife management on those parcels would be turned over to the state, reversing 65 years of park jurisdiction. This is one of many examples of the kind of bad management policies we want to prevent.