The Glacier National Park Conservancy is proud to have the generous support of the following organizations. When you purchase any of the products on this page a donation is made to the Glacier National Park Conservancy. So not only are you getting some of the finest quality products Montana has to offer, you are also supporting the important work we are doing at the Glacier National Park Conservancy.
“Trailblazer” Blend – Montana Coffee Traders
The trail systems of GNP are the veins of the Park that allow all who walk them to experience the majesty and splendor of wild Montana. These trails act as a portal through time and transport those bold enough to travel them of the wild places of a time gone by.
Montana Coffee Traders, in partnership with the Glacier National Park Conservancy and Glacier National Park, are proud to help keep this legacy and history preserved. Trailblazer is a coffee with a taste that suits the GNP trail traveler — bold and strong — and is your opportunity to be included in this preservation.
Montana Coffee Traders donates 5% of all sales of this coffee to the Glacier National Park Conservancy. These funds will be used exclusively to preserve and maintain the trail systems of Glacier National Park.
Pick up your bag of Trailblazer in regular or decaf at any Montana Coffee Traders location in Kalispell, Columbia Falls or Whitefish, online at the Montana Coffee Traders website or at many of the stores that carry Montana Coffee Traders Coffee.
“McDonald Lake Splendor” giclée by Ace Powell (1912-1978) – Glacier Gala
A limited edition of (100) giclée oil/canvas prints to be sold of the original panoramic 4’ x 8’ Ace Powell oil to help bring this historic piece back to the Lodge. These 16” x 32” canvasses are a one-time offer at only $395, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and mounted on a stretcher board, ready to hang. Your contribution will benefit the Glacier National Park Conservancy, a Montana non-profit organization 501(c)3.
Visit Glacier Gala to order online or contact Kevin Moore c/o Glacier Gala at (406) 250-4997 for questions and alternate purchase methods.
“Hike 734: The Presentation”
In 2011, Jake Bramante was the first person to hike all 734 miles of trail in Glacier National Park in one season. The story of his adventurous summer is told with beautiful photos, fantastic video and a bit of humor. In May of 2013, Jake gave one of his presentations for a Glacier National Park Conservancy’s Touch of Glacier events at the Myrna Loy Center in Helena Montana. The event was recorded and edited down to a DVD and digital download so you can take home the story. A portion of the proceeds from the DVD and digital download goes to the work of the Glacier National Park Conservancy. You can find out more and order them at the Hike 734 website.