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Death Valley Natural History Association
DVNHA Bookstores are located in the Furnace Creek Visitors Center, Scotty's Castle Visitor Center, Stovepipe Wells Ranger Station, and Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Office.
PO Box 188
Death Valley, CA 92328
760-786-2146
memberships@dvnha.org
http://www.dvnha.org

Mission

The Death Valley Natural History Association is a non-profit dedicated to supporting the educational, research, and interpretive work of Death Valley National Park and nearby Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

Services

DVNHA provides funding and support for:
* Free visitor publications
* Death Valley ROCKS (Recreation Outdoors Curriculum for Kids through Study)
* Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Educational Program
* Death Valley All Taxa Biological Inventory
* Devils Hole Pupfish Recovery Team
* Vital Research Funding
* Interpretive and Curatorial Interns at Scotty's Castle
* Annual Organ Concert to support Scotty's Castle Organ and Chimes Maintenance
* History Conference with Death Valley Partners

DVNHA also publishes interpretive books that illuminate the region's natural and cultural history. DVNHA enhances the visitor's experience by providing books, maps and other Death Valley interpretive merchandise at four bookstore locations and an online shop. All proceeds from bookstore sales support Death Valley National Park or Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

You Can Help by Providing Goods

200 sleeping bags for visiting inner-city students, 15 tents, 200 sunhats. DVNHA also accepts other in-kind donations aligned with our programs.

You Can Help by Volunteering

DVNHA welcomes individuals and groups wishing to volunteer at Death Valley National Park and Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Several volunteer opportunities exist, including groundbreaking work on multi-year inventory of all living species in the park (ATBI), invasive plant removal, and wetland restoration. Seasonal volunteers help host campgrounds and do other important work in the park. Please contact DVNHA's Program Manager, Candace Lieber, at 775-537-0787 ext. 208.

You Can Help by Offering Your Services

DVNHA offers various internships throughout the year. Check www.dvnha.org regularly for updates.

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