Park publications on sale at Great Basin Visitor Center
Herald and News
Klamath Falls, Oregon
August 02, 2004
The Crater Lake Natural History Association has opened an outlet for its various publications in the Great Basin Visitor Center at 507 Main St. in Klamath Falls.
The park’s history association works with park staff to help produce and sell publications that provide information about the park. Proceeds from history association sales are returned to the park. At the park, the history association operates sales outlets at the Munson Valley (park headquarters) visitor contact station and, during the summer, at the Rim Village Visitor Center.
The history association provides materials about both Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument.
The bookstores at both parks sell educational books and materials about the cultural and natural resources of both parks. Proceeds from the sales benefit both parks. At Crater Lake National Park, the association funds the park newspaper, research projects, and other special requests from both parks.
At the Great Basin Visitors Association welcome center, the Crater Lake Natural History Association book sales area will include a selection of field guides, hiking and backpacking guides, cultural and natural history books, children’s nature books, maps, posters, and other educational materials relating to the Great Basin, Klamath Falls area, Crater Lake National Park, and Oregon Caves National Monument.
Memberships in the Crater Lake Natural History Association entitle members to receive a newsletter, participate in a yearly field trip and receive a 15 percent discount at any outlet.
For information about the association or how to become a member call Grieve at 594-3110 or email her at email@example.com.