Glacier National Park is an uncanny example of nature's spectacular balancing act. Thousands thrive in reaction to one-another. Glaciers provide for the endless wildflower fields, who, in turn, feed the mountain goats and other mammals. The remaining water makes it's way to numerous lakes in the park, a habitat and drinking source for all. And so much more. This balance exists, adapts and thrives everywhere. Our immediate job as caretakers is to insure nothing threatens this miraculous harmony.