The Hungry Horse News reports that Glacier National Park was recently on the world stage as Park superintendent Jeff Mow and U.S. Geological Survey scientist Dan Fagre attended the International Union for Conservation of Nature World Parks Congress in Sidney, Australia, in November. Mow gave several panel talks during the weeklong event, which attracted park and resource managers from across the globe. Mow’s travel expenses were paid through the Glacier National Park Conservancy. He was one of only three national park superintendents from the U.S. to attend the conference, which included more than 6,000 participants from more than 170 countries. Read the full article here.