Jasper National Park offers interpretive programs on Indigenous culture and history. These programs are offered by a small team of Indigenous Interpreters who provide Indigenous cultural experiences and information to visitors. The main goal of the Indigenous Interpretation program is to connect visitors to the culture and history of the park by providing them with hands-on experiential programming. The Indigenous Interpretation program and other interpretive material related to Indigenous peoples in the park is guided by an advisory group of the Jasper Indigenous Forum. National Indigenous Peoples Day is also celebrated annually in Jasper National Park, and hosted by a different Forum community group each year in June.

Jasper National Park's interpretive programs

Indigenous Interpreter Terence Houle plays a drum at Learn-to Camp program in Summer 2016.
Indigenous Interpreter Chance McPherson facilitating an Indigenous Plant Walk program.
Indigenous Interpreters Chasidy Gladue-Gray and Chantal Clegg give a Tipi Teachings Interpretive program in Summer 2018.
Indigenous Interpreters Chasidy Gray-Gladue and Chantal Clegg at National Indigenous Peoples Day 2019.