Glacier Conservancy Lays Out Latest Park Priorities

By | September 19, 2016
Visitors snap pictures of a mountain goat near Hidden Lake in Glacier National Park. Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon

Visitors snap pictures of a mountain goat near Hidden Lake in Glacier National Park. Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon

The Flathead Beacon reports that as Glacier National Park enjoys an all-time high popularity among visitors, the nonprofit philanthropic organization that supports the Crown Jewel of the Continent is turning its attention to its latest priorities and support programs. The Glacier National Park Conservancy has published its 2017 Field Guide to Park Project Priorities, a list of initiatives it hopes to support through private fundraising. The projects cover the three primary goals of the conservancy — preservation, education and research — and include short-term and long-term objectives, from installing solar panels at the North Fork Ranger Station to preserving the park’s backcountry character. Read the full story here.

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