Inside Glacier

Project updates and news about how your donations are making a difference.

New Water Bottle Filling Stations

New Water Bottle Filling Stations

Your generous donations to the Glacier Conservancy provided for the purchase and installation of two ADA compliant water fountain and bottle filling stations in 2019. As a result, every park visitor will have easy, efficient, and safe access to drinking water....

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Teacher Workshops

Teacher Workshops

In 2018, your donations to the Glacier Conservancy funded $652,738 in educational programming in the park. This year, your continued support is expanding existing education programs and continuing others, like our partnership with the Glacier Institute, to provide...

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21st Century Ranger

21st Century Ranger

In the 21st century, technology is changing what being a park ranger looks like. Your support funds the innovative 21st Century Ranger program, helping interns receive invaluable training in several areas associated with wilderness management. Thanks to you, the...

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Spring Hiker Biker Shuttle

Spring Hiker Biker Shuttle

Springtime in Glacier National Park means increased recreational opportunities, including hiking and biking beyond vehicle gate closures on the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Spring hiker and biker shuttle service began operations in the park this year on May 11. Continue...

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Native America Speaks

Native America Speaks

Native America Speaks is the longest-running indigenous speaker series in the National Park Service. Your support funds over 100 events in Glacier each year, attended by more than 7,500 visitors. This award-winning program provides a unique window into the meaning and...

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Native Plant Restoration

Native Plant Restoration

Your generous donations to the Glacier Conservancy assist the park's native plant restoration efforts in many ways. Continue reading to find out how the community's students, volunteers and park partners all collaborate in these efforts. Helping Glacier Preserve...

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#glacierlove

#glacierlove

Do you love Glacier National Park? Tell us about it! From marriage proposals and pregnancy to anniversaries and lost loved ones there are so many memories that have unfolded right here in our park. During the month of February, our friends at REI in Kalispell will be...

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Science and Resources Internship

Science and Resources Internship

In her first week as a Science and Resources Management intern, Gabby Eaton learned about native plant restoration at the Glacier National Park nursery, examined the effects of wildfires along Lake McDonald, helped replant a picnic area in Many Glacier, checked game...

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Visiting Glacier – Know Before You Go!

Visiting Glacier – Know Before You Go!

  Guest Post by Jake Bramante of Hike734 My wife is the planner. I, however, am not. While I’m great when things don’t go as planned, they can be abysmal when we show up to a place and stare at each other and say, “So, um, what should we do? In smaller national...

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Sperry Chalet Public Presentation and Open House Planned

Sperry Chalet Public Presentation and Open House Planned

Glacier National Park Press Release: West Glacier, MT –  The National Park Service will host a community event entitled “The Sperry Chalet Experience: Past, Present, and Future” to engage with the public, explore the nature of the Sperry Chalet visitor experience, and...

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Fire Updates 2017

Fire Updates 2017

There are two active fires within Glacier National Park. The Sprague Creek Fire burning on Mt. Brown and the Adair Peak Fire burning in the North Fork. Road closures and evacuations are currently in place in some areas of the park. For up-to-date information, visit:...

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