Intermountain Natural History Association (INHA) is a nonprofit organization assisting the National Park Service in its educational, interpretive and scientific programs throughout the intermountain west. Known as a "cooperating association," INHA's goals include enhancing visitors' understanding and appreciation of public lands by providing a selection of quality, educational materials for sale in many visitor centers. A percentage of sales is returned to the National Park Service and other federal land management agencies.
To learn more, shop online or become a member, visit www.INHAweb.com. Staff are also available by phone during normal business hours at (800) 845-3466.
Did You Know?
Railroad workers played a major role in the discovery of fossils from the Green River Formation. In the late 1860's, Union Pacific workers uncovered the first major fossil fish beds (Lake Gosiute) near the town of Green River, Wyoming.