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Zion Natural History Association (ZNHA) was established in 1929 to support education, research, publication and other programs for the benefit of Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument. Bookstore sales, as well as support from members and contributors, combines to provide the parks with more than $600,000 in aid annually.

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Zion Trip Planning Package

If you’re planning a trip to Zion National Park, here is the ideal package to help you plan and prepare well. These publications answer the most often asked questions concerning a trip to Zion.

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The Zion Canyon Field Institute will educate and inspire local, national, and international visitors to the greater Zion National Park ecosystem and environment through intensive classes that immerse visitors in the field. These one, two, and three day classes will give visitors unique opportunities to investigate the vast natural and cultural resources of the park and its surrounds. Visiting instructors expert in science, the humanities, and the arts will emphasize learning through adventurous, hands-on exploration.

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Zion Natural History Association (ZNHA) was established in 1929 to support education, research, publication and other programs for the benefit of Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument. Bookstore sales, as well as support from members and contributors, combines to provide the parks with more than $600,000 in aid annually.

Member Benefits Include:

  • - 20 % discount at all ZNHA Bookstores*, on our website, and most Zion Canyon Field Institute courses
  • - Discounts from cooperating associations across the country
  • - Subscription to our quarterly E-newsletter
  • - Annual two-issue subscription to Sojourns Magazine
*Includes the Visitor Center store and Museum store in Zion Canyon, as well as Visitor Center stores at Kolob Canyons, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument.

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