Bryce Canyon Natural History Association is the official nonprofit partner of Bryce Canyon National Park and Dixie National Forest, operating retail shops and visitor centers within the park, and surrounding national forest lands.

Since 1961, BCNHA has provided over six million dollars in support. This has been accomplished by creating quality educational publications and interpretive materials available for purchase or free distribution to park visitors, the general public, other federal agencies and businesses.

Education Outreach

BCNHA offers interpretive and engaging education programs for Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade students.

BCNHA also operates the High Plateaus Institute, offering field courses and a research facility for students and teachers.

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Federal dollars support baseline operations and activities at Bryce Canyon National Park. However, these funds do not cover other needs of the park, including wildlife research, trail preservation and educational programs for the public.

Bryce Canyon Natural History Association helps support Bryce Canyon National Park, now and for generations to come.

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