Yellowstone hot springWe have supported Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. since 1917, providing millions of dollars in direct funding as well as leadership support to help preserve this national treasure. The company has contributed to capital campaigns to build a new Visitor Education Center at Old Faithful and the Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop. Funds were also used to build trails, construct the Ranger Museum at Norris and create a film for the Canyon Visitor Center. More than 3 million people from around the world visit Yellowstone each year, attracted to the geysers and hot springs, free-roaming wildlife, trout-fishing streams and National Historic Landmarks such as the Old Faithful Inn and the grand Roosevelt Arch.

"Our company has always been committed to protecting the environment, while responsibly delivering energy to the world. We applaud Yellowstone Park Foundation’s mission to fund projects and programs that protect and preserve this national treasure. We also take great pride in working with the Foundation to help enhance the natural and cultural resources and the visitor experience of Yellowstone National Park for generations to come."

Joe Marushack, president, ConocoPhillips Alaska