Goat Tracking 3.0

Goat Tracking 3.0

Photo: NPS Right now, park scientists are tracking and monitoring 10 mountain goats in Glacier as part of a multi-year study on overall goat populations in the park. Your donations to the Glacier Conservancy are making this important research possible for one of...
Bats In Glacier

Bats In Glacier

Happy Halloween! Not only is today one of the spookiest days of the year, but it also marks the final day of Bat Week 2019. Contrary to popular belief, bats aren’t as scary as you might think. In fact, bats play incredibly important roles in our ecosystems, and...
Glacier’s Webcams

Glacier’s Webcams

Did you get to watch the incredible sunrise in Glacier National Park this morning? Whether you’re physically in the park or not, you can experience amazing moments like this via the park’s webcams. Your support of the Glacier Conservancy has funded several...
It’s Hawk Watch Season

It’s Hawk Watch Season

While you’re exploring in Glacier National Park this fall, look up to the sky for a moment. You might see one or more of the many birds of prey migrating south for the winter. In fact, this migration route is one of the most important for golden eagles in North...
Glacier Conservation Corps

Glacier Conservation Corps

Photo: Montana Conservation Corps Did you know your donations to the Glacier Conservancy provide life-changing opportunities for youth, local tribal members, and veterans? Through a special partnership with the Montana Conservation Corps, participants in the...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Preserving Glacier’s Backcountry Heritage

Preserving Glacier’s Backcountry Heritage

In 1974, 93% of Glacier National Park was recommended as Wilderness. To this day, over 93% of Glacier’s backcountry is managed as Wilderness.  Glacier’s trusty fleet of pack stock supports the park’s backcountry programs. From hauling materials and food for more than...
Join the Glacier Youth Corps

Join the Glacier Youth Corps

          Through your generous donations to the Glacier National Park Conservancy, the Montana Conservation Corps is now recruiting 15-17 year old participants for the Glacier Youth Corps. Members will live primarily in front and back country...