Become a member of ZNHA and enjoy benefits for yourself today, while you help southern Utah's parks tomorrow. ZNHA supports the educational outreach and the Junior Ranger programs for youth, publishes books on Zion, contributes to park ranger-led programs, and provides free visitor information about the park.
Join us as a member and receive a twenty-percent discount on all purchases at ZNHA bookstores and many ZCFI workshops. Members also receive discounts at participating associations, our quarterly e-newsletter, and the bi-annual Sojourns publication. Most importantly, your membership helps ensure future educational and research activities in Zion National Park.
Membership Level Options
- Individual Sojourns $45
- Family Sojourns $60
- Contributor $100
- Advocate $250
- Donor $500
- Historic Building Restoration
- Natural Resources Research and Management
- Youth Education
- Historic Art Preservation
- Promoting the Creation of Contemporary Art in the Park
The Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative (IIC) is a partnership between Southern Utah University and the Land Management Agencies and native American Tribes of Southern Utah, Northern Arizona and Eastern Nevada. Together, we develop challenging Internship opportunities for Students from most SUU degree programs and in a diversity of exciting professional fields. IIC Partners mentor their Interns providing "real world" work experience that can complement their academic pursuits and help prepare them for a successful career.
This nation-wide project brings collegiate Honors students into selected national parks for extended academic adventures. During the week long program participants engage in both educational and recreational activities to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the unique resources protected by the park. Educational seminars are led by both university faculty and NPS rangers to provide a wide range of expert instruction and hands-on experiences. These experiential learning opportunities often take the form of service projects where students assist rangers, scientists, and park volunteers with their work.