Daines Urges Yellowstone, Glacier Superintendents to Assist in Increasing Visitation to Montana’s Less-Visited Parks
U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines today sent a letter urging Yellowstone Superintendent Cameron Sholly and Glacier Superintendent Jeff Mow to assist in finding solutions to promote visitation in Montana’s less-visited national parks.
“Tourism is one of Montana’s leading economic drivers, which is why I am committed to increasing visitation to all of Montana’s national parks, battlefields, historic sites and more,” Daines wrote. “As we continue to see record-breaking visitation numbers, encouraging visitation to smaller parks in Montana is imperative to both reduce stress on larger parks and promote healthy gateway economies in other regions.”
To read the full letter, click HERE.
Daines is committed to increasing access to our public lands and visitation to our national parks.
In early August, Daines lead a U.S. Senate field hearing on National Parks at Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site.
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