Big Creek Work Center Added to the National Historic Register

By | September 29, 2016

The following is from the Flathead National Forest Facebook page… Thanks to Glacier Institute for co-hosting a celebration ceremony as the Big Creek Work Center in the Northfork was added to the National Historic Register. The event falls on the 50th Anniversary Year of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Retired Forest Service employees, Glacier Institute staff and board members, and Forest Service staff gave testimony to the history and continued roll of the Big Creek Work Center.

In partnership with the Flathead National Forest, the Glacier Institute, a private nonprofit, has been providing hands-on, field-based educational adventures to people from all over the world in nature’s wildest places at the Big Creek Work Center.

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