The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center (CCRLC), located in Glacier National Park, is one of 18 National Park Service Research Learning Centers. Research Learning Centers assist National Park Service sites across the country to make parks more accessible to researchers and research results more accessible to staff, managers, and visitors.

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Research Highlights

Explore recent research happening in Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and surrounding area.

  • Research Assistance
    Research Assistance

    The CCRLC assists researchers by providing research permits, housing, and field support.

  • Permits

    Interested in conducting research in a national park? Learn how to apply for a research permit.

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    Research Fellowships

    Each year, the CCRLC provides fellowships for graduate students. Find out how to apply.

Last updated: December 1, 2016