• Nez Perce National Historical Park. Front Page banner photograph is of Heart of the Monster, an ancient place where the Nez Perce creation story originates. The secondary page photograph is of Nez Perce beadwork.

    Nez Perce

    National Historical Park ID,MT,OR,WA

Cooperating Associations

Discover Your Northwest (DYNW) and the Glacier Association (GA) are non-profit organizations dedicated to providing visitors with materials that promote a better understanding of the Nez Perce people, their culture and history. DYNW is the partner for Nez Perce National Historical Park and GA supports Big Hole National Battlefield.

Funds raised through the sale of publications are returned to the parks to help support their interpretive and educational programs. Projects that DYNW and GA have supported in the past include the publication of a visitor guide, trail guides, curriculum guides, new books for the park's library, and the purchase of digital camera equipment.

Enjoy the benefits of membership and help support your National Parks! There are many categories of membership available to meet your needs. In return for your support, you will receive discounts on merchandise at sales outlets, newsletters so you can stay in touch with what’s going on, and the opportunity to attend annual meetings and membership events. For more information please contact:

Discover Your Northwest
Web: www.discovernw.org/
E-Mail: Go to the contact us page on the DYNW website.

Glacier Association
Web: www.glacierassociation.org
E-Mail: Go to the contact us page on the GA website.

Did You Know?

Salmon is an important part of the Nez Perce diet

Salmon is a sacred fish for the Nez Perce. It is sustained them for thousands of years and has shaped their culture and religion. Today the Nez Perce Tribe is playing a leading role in the restoration of wild Salmon runs in the Columbia River Plateau.