The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center (CCRLC) is dedicated to providing access to research studies and results through a variety of outreach opportunities. The CCRLC hosts brown bag presentations throughout the spring, summer, and fall months. These presentations include current research conducted in the Crown of the Continent as well as historical and other park-related topics. The CCRLC also works with Glacier National Park and Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada to coordinate Science and History Day, an annual event that highlights science and history in both parks.
In addition, our Citizen Science Program provides many opportunities for those wanting to get involved in learning about resource issues and species of concern and applying that knowledge to collect needed scientific information.