Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association
The Association is a non-federal, nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. To accomplish its goals, the Association is authorized by the National Park Service to sell publications, maps, interpretive learning tools, and theme-related items in park bookstores.
From its inception, the Association has donated more than $750,000 from the sale of these materials to the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service areas in North Dakota.
Did You Know?
During the brutal winter of 1886-1887, Theodore Roosevelt lost up to 60% of his cattle herd to cold and starvation. More...