Superintendent Jeff Mow '81 Pulled From Facebook Founder's Tour Of Glacier Park

July 21, 2017
By CBS News

HELENA, Mont. — President Donald Trump's Interior Department prevented Glacier National Park's superintendent from accompanying Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on a recent park tour to save money, not to mute criticism over climate change, a spokeswoman for the agency said Thursday.

Park superintendent Jeff Mow and U.S. Geological Survey ecologist Daniel Fagre had planned to accompany Zuckerberg last weekend, but Interior Department officials in Washington, D.C., decided to assign park rangers to the tour instead.

Zuckerberg, who has previously criticized Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate decision, highlighted the effects of climate change on the park in a Facebook post.

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