Intermountain Natural History Association is a not-for-profit organization established to assist the scientific and educational efforts of the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the USDA Forest Service, agencies that together oversee more than 8.5 million acres of federal land on the Colorado Plateau.
INHA offers several membership options to those who wish to join and support the association and our mission. Membership dues are paid yearly and are tax-deductible.
INHA members receive a 15% discount on purchases on the INHA website, at our bookstores and with many other not-for-profit cooperating associations throughout the U.S.  Members who maintain the Contributing ($50 per annum) level of membership also receive
Sojourns, a world class bi-annual periodical featuring special natural public-lands places on the Colorado Plateau.
There are six membership levels:

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