Be a Friend of Glacier in 2023
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Join the next Glacier Book Club, covering the book Last Stand, on Wednesday, May 17 at 6:30PM on Zoom.
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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
$ 2.3 million
Donations in 2022 funded education, preservation and scientific research projects in Glacier National Park.
Funded through the generous support of donors like you
235 Citizen scientists
Contributed 5,329 hours to surveying mountain goats and loons in Glacier National Park last year.
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Project Updates and News
Lynx Study Published
You might remember that 2019 was the Glacier Conservancy ‘Year of the Lynx.’ Now, in 2023, and we know more than ever about this elusive creature's activity in the Crown of the Continent. Over the past three years, researchers have dedicated their expertise to...
Protecting Wildlife from Disease
One of the most unique experiences available to Glacier visitors is the chance to view an intact ecosystem full of wild and untamed animals. Glacier’s majestic megafauna are a special resource that we can never take for granted, and an intact ecosystem is not something that merely happens—it requires the tireless work of park biologists to protect the habitat and safety of these creatures.
Piikuni Lands Corps Builds Connections and Skills
This summer marked the triumphant return of the Piikuni Lands Service Corps (PLSC), on hiatus the last few years due to the pandemic. The program, which engages Blackfeet youth and young adults in paid conservation work, reached an important milestone this year: for the first time, the crew was fully led and managed by Blackfeet staff.
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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.