Capitol Reef Natural History Association (CRNHA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1963 to aid and promote the historical, cultural, scientific, and educational activities of Capitol Reef National Park and the National Park Service.
CRNHA provides approximately $150,000 in aid annually. This funding provides supplemental information desk and visitor center staffing and paid for free publications and pre-publication expenses related to the development of new sales publications.
It also provides support for several cultural interpretation special events, new books for the park library, and supplies and services to support the park’s interpretation, education outreach, volunteer programs, and scientific research projects.
Membership proceeds from the sale of interpretive publications and materials and donations help finance the programs. Your purchases help us provide this support. Thank you.
In our stores, you will find maps, books, apparel, gifts, and souvenirs to help you plan your trip or help prolong your memories of a wonderful visit. Visit our online store.
Visit our website: www.capitolreefnha.org
Photo credit: Burr Trail Switchbacks | By Denise Traver