The Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association was one of our first partners at Wild Tribute. And like so many visitors to the park, our first experience there began with the stunning view of Painted Canyon. To be able to fund a National Park Service publication that is used to draw visitors to the park is truly an honor for us. Look for “Painted Canyon: A Window to Theodore Roosevelt National Park” as you research your journey to North Dakota, and let us know what you think!
Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association (TRNHA), a nonprofit organization, exists to assist and support Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, and Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge. Proceeds from our retail operations, memberships, and donations support the educational, interpretive, and scientific research programs to enhance the experience of park visitors.