This item from the Daily Inter Lake looks pretty interesting . . .
Registration is open for “Discovery in the Crown of the Continent: A Glacier National Park Experience,” a four-day excursion Sept. 23-26.
Participants will be guided to remote locations within the park to study wildlife habitat, Native American history, climate change, forest fires and physical geography.
The excursion will be spent at two locations in Glacier National Park: the forests of the McDonald Valley and the North Fork of the Flathead River.
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Michael Jamison posted a nice article in yesterday’s online Missoulian on the Glacier Institute’s first 25 years . . .
They call it “learning gone wild,” and if you could see the muddy boots and sunburned faces and briar-scratched hands, well, you’d know exactly what they were talking about.
“It’s outdoor science education in one of the wildest places in the country,” said Joyce Baltz, “and the kids love it.”
Not just the kids. The Glacier Institute – where Baltz is executive director – puts about 1,000 kids into the woods every year, but it also takes 700 or so adults into the wild.
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