The Glacier National Park Conservancy is the philanthropic and outreach partner to Glacier National Park. The Conservancy enriches the Glacier National Park experience by providing strategic investment in preservation, education and research programs that meaningfully engage visitors and supporters, sustaining Glacier’s heritage for generations to come.
The Conservancy was established in 2013, following the merger of two respected organizations; Glacier Natural History Association, and Glacier National Park Fund. The Conservancy programs and events extend the mission internationally, from its base camp in beautiful Flathead Valley. The Conservancy operates retail bookstores within and outside the Park setting, all in support of Park programs. The Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Visit glacierconservancy.org for additional detail and information.
Glacier National Park preserves more than a million acres of forests, alpine meadows, lakes, rugged peaks and glacial-carved valleys in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Its diverse habitats are home to nearly 70 species of mammals including the grizzly bear, wolverine, gray wolf and lynx. The park contains more than 375 historic properties and six national historic landmarks. Over 270 species of birds visit or reside in the park. The landscape is a hiker’s paradise that is traversed by more than 740 miles of maintained trails. Glacier Park’s varied climate influences and its location at the headwaters of the Pacific, Atlantic and Hudson Bay drainages have given rise to an incredible variety of plants and animals.
Housing: The Conservancy does not have housing for seasonal staff. Applicants that are able to find their own housing will be considered first. RVers are encouraged to apply. There are many RV parks located within 15 miles of the west entrance of Glacier. When emailing application, please specify if you have an RV or are able to find housing.