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Tribal governments, other federal agencies, and local institutions provide advice and assistance in preserving and protecting sites associated with the history and culture of the Nez Perce and the Flight of 1877.
Imagine spending your summers in beautiful south-western Montana while helping the National Park Service in our efforts toward education and preservation.
People are what make Big Hole National Battlefield a living place. Keep an eye out for year-round or summer seasonal positions and internships at the battlefield.
The park gratefully accepts financial donations directly or through our partner organizations Glacier National Park Conservancy or the Friends of Bear Paw, Big Hole & Canyon Creek Battlefields.
To donate directly to the National Park Service:
Checks can be made out to Big Hole National Battlefield and mailed to:
Big Hole National Battlefield
c/o the Superintendent
PO Box 237
Wisdom, MT 59761
Please specify that you intend to make a donation to the park. Unless otherwise specified, donations are put to the highest priority of the park as determined by the superintendent.
To donate via the Glacier National Park Conservancy:
Proceeds from the purchases made through the bookstore in the visitor center support the park. You may also leave cash and/or checks in the donation box in the visitor center. These funds are used to support the park's Coyote Camp education program for school groups, the summer speaker series, the annual commemorations of both the Big Hole and Bear Paw battles, and the park's volunteer program.
To donate via the Friends of Bear Paw, Big Hole & Canyon Creek Battlefields:
Become a member of the friends group and you will receive benefits such as a newsletter, mug, lapel pin, and invitations to special events as well as knowledge that your fees go to assist the battlefields with various projects.