Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association

Supporting North Dakota's Public Lands Since 1951!

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"It was here that the romance of my life began." - Theodore Roosevelt


Check out this amazing Earthlodge at Knife River Indian Villages NHS


The Civilian Conservation Corps picked a beautiful spot when they built this scructure in the 1930s.


Bison is the largest mammal in North America and can be spotted in Theodore Roosevelt National Park!

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Volunteering for TRNHA

Volunteering for Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association is a way to show your support and to assist us in meeting our mission of supporting Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, and Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge.

Volunteer opportunities exist for:

Event Assistant

Whether you are interested in helping for a week, a day, or just a few hours we always welcome assistance with our special events. Events include Teddy Bear Picnics, Birdwalks, parade participation, and more!

Store Assistant

During the summer months we spend a lot of time stocking shelves, selling merchandise, and answering visitor questions. We would love a helping hand, preference will be given to those who can commit to 2 weeks or more and have housing.


TRNHA Board of Directors

While all our volunteers are important this one might be at the top of the list. TRNHA is governed by a group of volunteers. When becoming a board member you commit to three years of supporting our organization and park partners.

Board members must meet the following criteria:

  • Attend a minimum of 3 meetings a year. Meetings are held quarterly with one in March, June, September, and November.

  • Make a serious commitment to participate in association and park events.

  • Stay informed about TRNHA matters, prepare themselves for meetings, and review all minutes and reports.

  • Get to know fellow board members, park staff, and TRNHA staff. It is important that you build a solid working relationship and work together to achieve our goals.

  • Actively interpret the organization's work and values to the community, represent the organizations, and act as a spokesperson.

  • Be a member of TRNHA.

Interested potential Board Members should complete an BOARD APPLICATION.

 

For more information on volunteering with TRNHA please contact Tracy Sexton at 701-623-4884 or tracy_sexton@trnha.org.

 


 

 

 

 

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