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Glacier National Park

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Established
in 1910, Glacier National Park, located in northwest Montana, protects over 1
million acres of some of the most biologically diverse habitats in North
America. 
Glacier’s
Distance Learning Program strives to bring the experience and learning
opportunities of this special place to classrooms around the country, providing
interactive, curriculum based education programs to students of any age. Our distance learning season runs from January through April.

 

Programs by Glacier National Park

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Ask a Ranger

In this program, students have the chance to ask rangers from Glacier National Park about the amazing places, events, and sights that make Glacier special.

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Bears in Glacier

Glacier is one of the few places in the lower 48 United States where grizzly bears and black bears coexist. Through activities and group discussions, students will learn about both grizzly bears and black bears and discover why Glacier National...

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Making the Mountains

In this program, students will investigate the many geologic forces that have sculpted the mountains of Glacier by learning about the four main stages of the park’s geologic formations; silt, tilt, slide, and glide. Through hands on activities...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Government Agency

Contact

Glacier Education   glaciernpseducation@gmail.com
PO Box 128
West Glacier MT 59936
406-888-7899
United States

https://www.nps.gov/glac/index.htm

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Glacier National Park cover:

Social Studies/History
Career Education
Sciences