• Summer 2022 Skate Clinics
    Our skate clinics this past summer were a huge success! In total, we were able to introduce 50+ kids to skateboarding, donated 10 complete skateboards to those who showed enthusiasm, made impressions that will hopefully […]
  • Wind River Winter 21/22 Program
    Last winter (21/22), Carving the Future was given the opportunity to work with youth from the Wind River Reservation. Our program consisted of 3 weekend trips to Jackson for 15 Native American high schoolers. Each […]
  • Riverton Happy Days Skate Comp
    Words by Jack WatsabaughPhotos by Natalie Lynn Carving The Future recently had the honor of teaming up with Matt Wright and several local sponsors to throw a skate competition in Riverton, Wyoming. Watching skaters shred […]
  • Wind River Shredders & Natural Selection
    by Matt Wright Over the last two years Carving the Future has been supporting our Wind River area skate/snowboarding scene in many ways. Notably, in February 2022, during the week of the Natural Selection competition, […]
  • Female Skate Clinic Photo Gallery
    All photos credit to Natalie Lynn, in partnership with Girls Actively Participating (GAP) and Latina Leadership
  • Sponsored JH Freeride Athlete
    Please meet @marvi.mtll.99. Carving the Future was Stoked to sponsor Marvin to be on @jhscfreerideprogram last season!!! The Freeride Program is extending the early-bird registration to all new people in the program through October. If you plan on […]
  • Let’s Help Brolin Get To The Olympics!
    Our good friend and Jackson shredder Brolin is pushing hard to represent his home country in the Olympics, and he could use our help! Please watch the video below and read more about Brolin and […]
  • Shred Away Poor Mental Health
    At Carving The Future, we are committed to spreading awareness and continuing the “hard” conversations that could save lives. We do this by giving our local youth connection and a sense of community. Jackson is […]
  • Dark Matter Premier & Mental Health in Teton County
    Dowell and Atkins’ stories are not unique to this area. A little research into “Teton County” and “suicide” and you’ll find articles like National Geographic’s, “Here’s Why Ski Towns Are Seeing More Suicides,” which cites […]
  • National Go Skate Day 2019
    After months and months of working with a lawyer, getting our board together, and planning some awesome events, we finally got our 501(c)(3) status in February 2019.  If you’ve ever tried, or had a friend […]
  • Our First Fundraiser- A Love Story
    The feeling in the air the morning of our event was akin to what you would expect at a much larger ski swap, people lined up at the door and asking to shop before we […]