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Support Your Park

America's National Parks belong to everyone and support from the public is essential to maintain them. This support can come in many forms: financial, gifts of material goods, volunteer efforts, or political support. If you are interested in ways to help support Dinosaur National Monument in its efforts to preserve and protect its spectacular natural and cultural features, please review the following links.

The Dinostore, operated by the Intermountain Natural History Association.

Intermountain Natural History Association

With every book bought in the DinoStore, you can help to support the programs and resources at Dinosaur National Monument. The proceeds from your purchases goes toward helping maintain and improve the exhibits, brochures, and interpretive programs in the monument. These activities are made possible by the Intermountain Natural History Association.

Become a member of the Intermountain Natural History Association. More…

Purchase books and other items from the Intermountain Natural History Association. More…



Be a part of a great team and make a difference! A wide variety of volunteer opportunities exist in Dinosaur National Monument. More…



Dinosaur National Monument accepts donations made directly to the monument. Public support is an essential element in the management of National Park Service lands. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors. More…

Did You Know?

Picture of lizard resting on a rock.

Dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, but lizards are still a common sight at Dinosaur National Monument. The small, inquisitive reptiles have endured on Earth for more than 300 million years, far outlasting their giant cousins.