On June 12, 2017 Lysander Spooner University was on the ground at Glacier National Park where President Roger Roots and a small team of intrepid researchers inspected the St. Mary Visitor Center.
The official visitor center contains a panorama of the Park’s mountain peaks. The panorama has an interactive light display depicting locations of glaciers in various years (beginning in 1850). (Each light supposedly represents a glacier.)
The lights steadily go out as viewers ponder the past 170 years of glacier melt. Astoundingly, the lights go completely dark in the year 2020 (showing all glaciers gone as projected by the NPS).
Thus the official position of the government, on display at the St. Mary Visitor Center, is that there will be no glaciers left in Glacier National Park in only 2-1/2 years.
Of course it is only a matter of time before the government removes or alters its exaggerated claims. The question is not if; it is when.
The most recent winter has seen record or near-record snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Range and many ranges in the Rockies.