Northern Rockies Regional Office

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Livingston, MT
NorthernRockies

P.O. Box 2007 109 W. Callender Street
Livingston, MT 59047

Main: 406.222.2268
Fax: 406.222.2260
Email: tstevens@npca.org

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The Northern Rockies Region contains some of America’s most awe-inspiring wilderness and is home to several of the nation’s crown jewel parks. From the Earth’s greatest geyser area found in Yellowstone to the rugged awe-inspiring mountain range found in the Grand Tetons to the history of the Battle of Little Bighorn, America’s rich natural beauty and cultural heritage are at the heart of our national parks.

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Featured Regional Parks

  • Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. It is often referred to as the Serengeti of the West as it protects some of the greatest biodiversity in the nation.
  • Glacier National Park is also known as Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and is a World Heritage Site. Glacier shelters nearly 50 glaciers, a wide variety of wildflowers, mountain goats, grizzly bears, and gray wolves.
  • Grand Teton National Park rises over 13,000 feet above sea level and is one of America's most recognizable mountain ranges.
  • Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is an amazing landscape of ancient volcanic activities. This harsh environment is home to diverse wildlife capable of survival in its high desert habitat.
  • Devil's Tower National Monument is the nation's first national monument. It stands as a remnant of an ancient volcanic feature and is a sacred site of worship to over 24 tribes of the Northern Plains.
  • Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument commemorates one of America's most significant battles, the Battle of Little Bighorn.


See a list of national parks in the Northern Rockies Region >>

FEATURED INITIATIVES

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Grand Teton Field Office Celebrates Successful Fence Marking Project
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Gros Ventre

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A Victory for Glacier!
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Transboundary Flathead River Valley

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Protecting Yellowstone’s Pronghorn Antelope
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Yellowstone National Park

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