We don't just love the outdoors, we strive to protect it. We are proud to be partners with the below organizations in their missions to advance the outdoor industry as well as protect our wild surroundings.
Steeped in tradition, Sun Valley Heli Ski has been guiding thousands of guests into the spectacular terrain surrounding Sun Valley, ID since 1966. Providing unparalleled access to the legendary powder of three mountain ranges, Sun Valley Heli Ski's world-class guides offer safe experiences that you will never forget. Stio proudly outfits SVH's guides and staff.
Stio is a proud supporter of The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center, which provides a daily summary of existing snow conditions and avalanche hazard in the Jackson Hole vicinity. We are grateful for their work in keeping backcountry enthusiasts safe and informed.
The Conservation Alliance’s mission is to engage businesses to fund and partner with organizations to protect wild places for their habitat and recreation values.The Conservation Alliance is a group of outdoor industry companies that disburses its collective annual membership dues to grassroots environmental organizations. We direct our funding to community-based campaigns to protect threatened wild habitat, preferably where outdoor enthusiasts recreate. The Alliance was founded in 1989 by industry leaders REI, Patagonia, The North Face, and Kelty, who shared the goal of increasing outdoor industry support for conservation efforts. We now have more than 185 member companies, and plan to disburse $1.5 million in 2013.
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with families-in-need to create simple, decent home ownership opportunities in Teton County. Founded in 1995, HFHGTA has built 26 homes in Teton County, WY, and will build 4 more in the Spring of 2014. The homes are sold to partner families at no profit with a 0% interest mortgage. Partner families work closely with the organization, investing 500 hours of their own labor, or “sweat-equity”, in building their homes and those of their neighbors. Stio is proud to provide the entire Habitat staff with apparel for the jobsite and office, and enthusiastically participates in quarterly work sessions on Habitat homes.
Since 1974, High Mountain Heli-Skiing (HMH) has been offering its guests the ultimate deep powder helicopter skiing experience in Jackson Hole. They operate a new Bell 407 helicopter to access 305,000-acre terrain south of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, including all of the Snake River and Palisades Mountain Ranges, and portions of the Hoback, Teton and the Gros Ventre Mountain Ranges. Vast open bowls, steep chutes, enchanted forests and glades can all be yours to explore. A member of the Heli-Ski US Association, HMH operates on the Bridger-Teton and Caribou-Targhee National Forests under a permit from the National Forest Service. Stio proudly outfits the HMH with guide gear that accompanies the crew to the remote peaks of greater Jackson Hole.
What makes Vertical Harvest so utterly unique is that it is able to speak to a vital community need via innovation at every level. Vertical Harvest will be the first project in Wyoming completely dedicated to serving our citizens with disabilities, providing a range of meaningful jobs for this population who at present have very limited work opportunities. In order to maximize the amount of jobs we are able to produce on a small site, we are going up, creating one of the country’s first vertical greenhouses.
OIA Mission To ensure the growth and success of the outdoor industry. Today, OIA is the leading voice of the outdoor industry and serves more than 4,000 manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, to sales representatives and retailers. Every day, OIA works with our members to benefit of the industry by:
Advocating for issues critical to the future of the outdoor industry
Building stronger business leaders
Preserving, promoting and raising industry standards
Celebrating, inspiring and growing the active outdoor community.
Established in 1905, the Forest Service is an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Forest Service manages public lands in national forests and grasslands.Gifford Pinchot, the first Chief of the Forest Service, summed up the mission of the Forest Service— "to provide the greatest amount of good for the greatest amount of people in the long run."National forests and grasslands encompass 193 million acres of land, which is an area equivalent to the size of Texas.