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.
Instructors include University of Montana faculty member Rick Graetz and scientists from the Glacier Institute.
Complete program and registration information is available at http://umt.edu/xls/landing/glacierexperience.aspx.
A stepped pricing structure is offered, so program fees vary depending on number of participants. The price includes all meals, lodging and transportation during the program. Participants will be responsible for their own transportation to the Glacier Park Field Camp. Academic credit is available at an additional cost.
For more information, email Clare Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-243-6496.