Looking into the Future
In 2017, Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association(TRNHA) reached a major milestone in our 66th year of existence, we officially surpassed $1 million in aid to the parks we serve. TRNHA is proud to have assisted Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, and Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge with events, education, research, and publications.
We are delighted by our past success, and excited to see what the future may hold. It has been said the best way to predict the future is to create it. We have set our sights on making every experience in our parks memorable and we will be doing everything we can to achieve this goal. We love the parks we serve and we enjoy sharing them with each and every visitor. Throughout the past few years we have seen a spike in visitation and sales, which could not make us happier. Looking ahead into the upcoming year we hope to not only provide great merchandise, but also be a part of making your experience memorable.
As a supporter of TRNHA you understand our mission and help us strive to reach our goals. We want to thank you for your continued dedication and support of our vision, with your help the future looks bright!