A Montana company has produced two commemorative posters to mark Glacier National Park's centennial, and has agreed to give 100 percent of the net proceeds to non-profits that work in the park's best interests.
The 20-by-30 inch posters, created by AlpenGlow Productions, Inc., feature Wild Goose Island in St. Mary Lake and Little Chief and Almost a Dog mountains.
According to the Glacier National Park Fund, "10 percent of the proceeds will go directly to Glacier's Centennial Program with the remainder to the non-profit organizations that support Glacier. All funds to the park partners will be earmarked to be used solely for the purpose of helping underprivileged children attend and participate in nature related educational programs."
You can buy the posters ($19.95 each, $5.95 for shipping if bought on-line) at the Cedar Tree Gift Shop in Apgar Village near West Glacier, at the Walking Man Frame Shop & Gallery in Whitefish, Montana, at the Eagles Nest Antiques & Crafts in Columbia Falls, Montana, or directly from Alpenglow Productions at www.alpenglowproductions.com .