Join the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in its first-ever Science and History Week webinar series.

Since 2004, Waterton Lakes National Park and Glacier National Park in Montana, U.S. have jointly hosted Science and History Day. This year we are doing things a bit differently - we’re going virtual!

Get a unique look at archives, insights and latest scientific findings in the parks and surrounding areas. Each webinar highlights current research and historical topics related to the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.

To access these presentations, see the Register now links below. Once registered, you will receive an email on how to join the webinar.

Monday, September 21

Restoring native fescue prairie using fire and TEK (Traditional Ecological Knowledge) in Waterton Lakes National Park and the Blood Timber Limit

Presenters: Dr. Cristina Eisenberg, Graduate Faculty, Oregon State University; Kansie Fox, Ecologist Natural Resources Senior Manager, Blood Tribe Land Department; Monroe Fox, Technician, Blood Tribe Land Department
Time: 12 pm to 12:45 pm

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Tuesday, September 22

Raptors on the move: Glacier National Park

Presenter: Lisa Bate, Wildlife Biologist, Glacier National Park
Time: 12 pm to 12:45 pm

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Wednesday, September 23

A trip through time with the Mountain Legacy Project’s repeat photography collection in Waterton Lakes National Park

Presenter: Cassandra Buunk, MA Candidate, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria
Time: 12 pm to 12:45 pm

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Thursday, September 24

The Poacher and the Bootlegger: Revisiting the Doody Homestead

Presenter: Kelli Casias, Historical Archaeologist, Western Cultural; and PhD Candidate, University of Montana
Time: 12 pm to 12:45 pm

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All presentations will be recorded and rebroadcasted at a later date, in both English and French. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more information about the rebroadcasts.