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Popularity putting pressure on Glacier Park

Retiring leader reflects on park challenges

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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 10:00 pm | Updated: 12:37 pm, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

Future visitor restrictions on the Going-to-the-Sun Road corridor? Impacts from oil and gas development east of the park? Aquatic invasive species as Glacier Park’s biggest threat?

These are some of the topics on Glacier Superintendent Chas Cartwright’s mind as he winds down to retirement at the end of the year after 25 years with the National Park Service.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          2 comments:

          • libra42 posted at 6:02 pm on Wed, Nov 28, 2012.

            libra42 Posts: 461

            After working in GNP for 30 years, I can report a steady, constant decline of "good sense".

            Don't get me started!

             
          • Old Hiker posted at 3:33 pm on Wed, Nov 28, 2012.

            Old Hiker Posts: 47

            Parking is scarce in the Avalanche Creek area. But when GNP removed the decaying ranger cabin located at the entrance to the camp ground, rather than plan for a few more parking spaces, the leadership chose to replace the cabin with a "historic" marker of sorts. It didn't make sense.

             

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