Our goal is to enhance each visitor's appreciation of public lands by providing quality educational materials, both free and for sale, in our outlets in park visitor centers, other agency contact stations, and through our online catalog.
Headed to Arches? Floating the San Juan River? Our travel kits contain suggested items for all areas covered by CNHA.
Where are you headed?
Anasazi Heritage Center
Arches National Park
Canyon Rims Recreation Area
Canyonlands National Park
Canyons of the Ancients
Cedar Mesa & Grand Gulch Primitive Area
Dark Canyon Wilderness Area
Desolation / Gray Canyons
Hovenweep National Monument
Manti-La Sal National Forest
Natural Bridges National Monument
Nine Mile Canyon
San Juan River
San Rafael Swell
Coffee Table Books
Four Corners Region
Natural History - Flora & Faun
Young Adult Reading
ANASAZI AMERICA 2nd EDITION
Tony Hillerman called this book: A must read for those intrigued by the prehistory of the Southwest.
Eating Stone: Imagination and the Loss of the Wild
An inspired reflection on the bond between wild creatures and the human imagination, Eating Stone is a chronicle of four seasons spent in the company of a band of rare desert bighorn sheep.
Last of the Robbers Roost Outlaws - Moab's Bill Tibbetts
An exciting tale of one man's journey in the early 1900s as a wanted man in an untamed land. It is the story of a real man, a real cowboy and a real outlaw.
Coyote Steals the Blanket (Ute tales)
In one of our most popular children's books, coyote gets into trouble once again.
Moab Information Center
Canyonlands Natural History Association (435) 259-6003 (800) 840-8978
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