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About CNHA

Canyonlands Natural History Association is a nonprofit organization established to assist the scientific and educational efforts of the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the USDA Forest Service in southeast Utah.

Photo: CNHA sales area in the Arches Visitor Center
February 25, 2013
CNHA Awards over $58,000 in Discovery Pool Research Grants

U.S. Forest Service - $11,873.00
Distance and Temperature Effects on Pika Forage 
This research will measure soil surface temperature and plant species composition to establish a baseline for future species composition and temperature change comparisons.

Bureau of Land Management - $18,625.00
Documentation of Perishable Artifacts at the Museum of the American Indian
This project will survey and photodocument approximately 400 archaeological textiles, baskets, wooden implements, hides and other perishable artifacts.

U.S. Forest Service - $12,779.00
Gardeners and Gatekeepers: Pueblo I Community Study II
The principle aim of this project is to collect additional field data from a selection of important Pueblo I period ancestral Puebloan sites within the Monticello Ranger District of the Manti-La Sal National Forest.

National Park Service - $15,500.00
Phase II Analysis of Ceramic Sherd Collections, Hovenweep National Monument
Anaysis will be completed on approx. 2,500 sherds. Rim arc and temper data will also be collected to increase understanding of vessel size and distribution.

To learn more about Discover Pool grants, visit our web page.

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