Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow will wrap up the October 16 Montana Climate Science Day Program at FVCC with an evening presentation entitled: “Fire and Ice: Are Extreme Conditions the New Normal in Glacier National Park?”
At 7 p.m. in FVCC’s’ Arts and Technology Arts and Technology Building, Mow will use the 2017 Montana Climate Assessment as a launching point to discuss the management implications of climate change in the 1 million acre national park.
The afternoon session, 1-4 p.m. features the presentation of the first Montana Climate Assessment by a team of scientists at the University of Montana and Montana State University, followed by a discussion with local foresters, farmers and water experts. Montana Climate Science Day at FVCC is co-sponsored by UM, MSU, and Flathead Valley Community College. More information about the Montana Climate Science Day program can be found at this link.