The Crater Lake Natural History Association (CLNHA) is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization, established for the benefit of Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve under a memorandum of understanding with the National Park Service. A board of directors governs the operation of bookstores at Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve. The board sets policy and authorizes the expenditure of profits back to the park and monument for NPS approved projects that increases the knowledge of the natural history of Crater Lake and Oregon Caves or aides in their interpretation for the benefit of visitors. An Executive Director oversees day-to-day store operations and is responsible for all aspects of CLNHA, including personnel management, sales, ordering, accounting, and product development. The director works in close contact with National Park Service personnel, and is aided by a sales manager and sales clerks who often act as unofficial park interpreters.
The mission of Crater Lake and Oregon Caves Natural History Association is to be an active partner with the National Park Service to inspire public understanding and foster preservation of natural and cultural resources at Crater Lake National Park and the Oregon Caves National Monument.
Jerry Jacobson - Attorney at Law
Kevin Talbert - Southern Oregon University Administrator, Retired
Lee Webb - Wildlife Biologist, Retired
Paula Fong - Illustrator
Lee Juillerat - Herald and News Regional Editor, Retired
Dr. Stewart Janes - Southern Oregon University, Educator, Biologist and Enviromentalist
Linda Mullens - Part Time USFS Botanist and Enviromental Educator
Greg Walter - Historian and Business Owner
Jeff LaLande - Archaeologist & Historian
Ken Hay - National Park Service Ranger, Retired
Sandra Fox - City of Klamath Falls, Community Development Director
Crater Lake Operations Manager
Oregon Caves Operations Manager