Looking into the Future
Since 1951, Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association (TRNHA) has made it our mission to enhance the experience of visitors through education and research. Our goal is to connect visitors with North Dakota's public lands not only through the sale of educational merchandise but also by providing experiences.
Looking back on 2018, we are inspired and humbled by the dedication and commitment of our members, partners, and staff. The past couple years has exceeded all expectations and we cannot thank everyone enough for their dedication to and love of North Dakota's public lands.
This past year we had the honor of hosting several events including Teddy Bear Picnics, a birdwalk, seasonal opening events, and much more. Aid funds were used to support Lifeways at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, Dakota Nights Astronomy Festival, visitor center services, and several other educational events.
As we move into 2019 we are full of anticipation of what the year may hold. Increased visitation and membership purchases in 2018, has awarded us with additional funds to support our parks. We have calendar full of events including participating in local community events, hosting community appreciation nights, our 65th Annual Birdwalk, a couple teddy bear picnics, and more! Funds given back to the park this year will support visitor center services, interpretative programs, education, educational displays, safety, and research.
2018 was a remarkable year, thanks to the generosity of our members and shoppers. Sales at our Park Stores continue to increase which has led us to significantly more funds to support our parks. In 2019, we will be able to given a record amount of funds back to support our parks! Thank you for making it possible!