Together we are protecting glacier

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New shirt alert! Show your wild side in the 2022 Glacier fox shirt. This shirt is part of our Glacier annual wildlife series.


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Join the next Glacier Conversation, Winold Reiss Exhibit Discussion, on Thursday, October 20 at 6:00PM on Zoom!


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New bonus episodes! Tune in to Glacier National Park’s Headwaters podcast to learn about current conditions in the park.

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Why We give

“As long-time participants in non-profit work, we know what a strong, mission driven organization run by caring professionals looks like. That’s why we quickly made our first contribution to the Conservancy in 2020 and are proud to continue our support. ”

– Carl and Kandy Spier, Montana

Become a friend

$ 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

Employee Feature: Ariana

Employee Feature: Ariana

One thing led to me coming out to Montana to work for the Conservancy and that was a road trip I took in 2021. Logan Pass wasn’t open yet so I was only able to go up to Avalanche Creek. I was immediately mesmerized by this place with the Swiss-like mountains, jade colored water, and villages that felt like home. I knew somehow, someway I’d find myself back here. When applying for summer positions I knew it had to be in Montana and I wanted it to be meaningful. I applied for the Conservancy and I feel so blessed that I was accepted for a position during the 2022 season!

Staff Picks: Our Shop Favorites

Staff Picks: Our Shop Favorites

With so much great gear benefiting the park, it can be tough to choose the perfect items from the Glacier Conservancy Park Store. We've narrowed it down to some of our personal top picks so you can find your favorites!Staff Picks1. Men’s Hooded Tech Shirt  “This...

Using Social Media For Good

Using Social Media For Good

For many people, social media has become an important part of the way they interact with national parks. From trying to find the right trail to hike, to sharing selfies with family and friends, social media can be a valuable tool for the digitally connected park visitor. But increasingly, social media is associated with dangerous and destructive behavior in parks. In a time when headlines abound of hikers jumping fences, disturbing wildlife, or damaging natural resources in pursuit of the perfect selfie, one may begin to wonder—can social media be used for good in our parks?

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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.