Together We Are Protecting Glacier
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Join the next Glacier Conversations, with photographer Jordan Lefler, on Wednesday, December 14 at 6:30PM on Zoom!
Why I give
“I give to the Glacier National Park Conservancy because their work is what will help ensure Glacier can provide the same experiences for future generations.”
– Ann Lenore Nelson, Kansas
$ 2.1 million
Donations in 2021 funded education, preservation and scientific research projects in Glacier National Park.
Funded through the generous support of donors like you
108 Citizen scientists
Contributed 4,664 hours to surveying priority species of concern in Glacier National Park last year.
Project Updates and News
Anderson Design Group's Glacier Posters Note from Anderson Design Group: As artists and wilderness explorers, our passion is to venture into our beloved 63 American National Parks, photograph and document these wonderful natural places, and share our enthusiasm for...
A new internship program is introducing participants from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the National Park Service to career opportunities at Glacier. This was no typical internship: ACE, the American Conservation Experience, has an innovative and immersive new training program to kindle passion and curiosity for NPS careers and build critical career skills. The training program, called the NPS Academy, is hosted at Grand Teton National Park. In March, the cohort of interns spends a week at the Academy building skills and making connections that will serve their future careers.
We are all far too familiar with the feeling: you find what is sure to be the perfect present for [insert guy in your life here] and then you learn they already have what you had in mind and it's back to the drawing board. We have a perfectly curated list of gifts for...
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Respect Tribes and Tribal Lands
The Blackfeet Reservation is located along the eastern edge of Glacier National Park. Please take a moment to learn how to be a respectful traveler on tribal lands by reading the information on the Recreate Responsibly on Tribal Lands web page.