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HELP STONEROSE CONTINUE TO PRESERVE HISTORY, EDUCATE THE PUBLIC, AND INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF PALEONTOLOGISTS.
The Boot Hill Fossil Site and Stonerose Interpretive Center are located on lands occupied by the Colville Tribes since time immemorial. Our organization has been the steward of this important resource the last 30 years. We are respected by scientists and researchers internationally and enjoyed by everyday people like you and me. In order to improve our educational opportunities, best support the scientific community, local patrons and visitors alike, we are launching a capital campaign to renovate our new space on Clark Avenue in downtown Republic. Become a part of Stonerose today, visit often and see the changes taking place. We are very excited for this next chapter and invite you to take part!
Mary Rourke, Board President
Money raised through memberships, sales, and donations help to preserve Republic’s unique fossil resource and manage it for the education and enjoyment of all. Members receive:
- A 10% discount on most items for sale in the Center or on our online store.
- Complimentary admission to the site during regular season hours.
- Access to the Members only area at the Boot Hill Site.
- An invitation to the annual Members-Only dig, held the last full weekend in April.
- Reciprocating admissions to the Burke Museum of Natural History.
Volunteering is an excellent way to learn more about Stonerose. Volunteers of all ages help Stonerose reach its mission of expanding the educational expreriences of the general public. Volunteers also learn diverse skills from local history and customer service and to scientific processes and fossil idenification.
If you are interested in volunteering at Stonerose, let the staff know what skills you have that would be helpful. The summer activities at Stonerose can often use help with groups and general public at the dig. In all cases, please contact the Stonerose Director for further information.