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Donors help Inspire Generations through Glacier’s Winter Ecology Program

Interview with Michelle Peterson, East Glacier Park Elementary Teacher – Winter Ecology School Program. Through the support of individuals and businesses, we are engaging tomorrow’s stewards in classrooms across Montana, and bringing local children to Glacier National Park for hands-on educational experiences. The Winter Ecology School Program works on many different levels. It provides essential K-12 […]

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Weekend Snowshoe Walks Begin

Explore the Winter Environment with a Park Ranger WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park is offering Winter Snowshoe Walks every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. beginning Saturday, January 11, Winter Trails Day.  This day is celebrated throughout the country as an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and discover the fitness and social benefits of […]

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Winter 2013 Newsletter

The Glacier Conservancy Winter 2013 newsletter is hitting the virtual newsstands today! Click here to download the latest edition (as well as perusing our past editions) and discover the great work that is being done with the help of our partners and generous donors such as yourself.

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Ellie Duke Interview – Glacier Youth Corps Partnership

This summer, a diverse group of young adults came together, from as far away as New York City and as close as Hungry Horse Montana, and worked to build not only new skills and work experience, but an enhanced affinity for the outdoors and Glacier National Park. The Glacier Youth Corps Partnership, a new volunteer […]

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Limited Edition Monte Dolack Pendleton Blanket available for pre-order!

Renowned Montana artist, Monte Dolack, in partnership with Pendleton Blankets, brings his signature style to a limited edition Glacier National Park blanket to benefit Glacier National Park Conservancy. “I grew up a fan of Pendleton with a great love for Glacier National Park, so it was a delight to collaborate with Pendleton and the Conservancy […]

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Billy Buys are here!

Billy Bowman has been sneaking around our new Conservancy Bookstore in Columbia Falls. Come in to say hello to the staff and look for him. Each week Billy will be perched on one of our fabulous items which will make that item on sale for 25% off! All you have to do is see where […]

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New Conservancy Bookstore Open in Columbia Falls

Giving the gift of Glacier just got easier. The Glacier National Park Conservancy is pleased to announce the opening of a sales outlet in their office at 402 9th St West in Columbia Falls. The sales outlet will open starting Friday, November 1, 2013. Store hours will be Monday-Friday 9am to 6pm. The store will […]

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Fall for Glacier – Event Recap

This year’s Fall for Glacier event was another wonderful time to celebrate our beloved Glacier National Park with fantastic speakers, guided hikes, red bus tours and more at the historic Izaak Walton Inn. Thanks to all that attended and a special thank you to all of our sponsors! We had the biggest Backpacker’s Ball to […]

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Glacier Youth Corps Partnership

The Glacier Youth Corps Partnership, a new volunteer partnership program supported by the Glacier National Park Conservancy, Montana Conservation Corps, National Park Foundation, and Glacier National Park, provides diverse work and educational opportunities for youth ages 15-24 in Glacier National Park while supporting the completion of important park projects. The program began this summer, exposing […]

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Friday Hike – Cobalt Lake Recap

The hike to Cobalt Lake can border on miserable when it is hot so we were feeling blessed because the day was cool and overcast. We hadn’t been on the trail more than 15 minutes when we spotted a cow moose browsing at the pond area. After passing Rockwell Falls the huckleberries were very abundant […]

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