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Zion Natural History Association

3000 N 4Th St

Fredonia, Arizona 86004

United States

Company Description

Zion Natural History Association (ZNHA) is a nonprofit organization established in 1929 to support education, research, publication and other programs for the benefit of Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument ... more

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Employment History

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Board Member
Association of Partners for Public Lands

Board Member
Utah Arts Council

St. George Magazine

Member of the Rodeo Team
Dixie State College

Zion Canyon

Board Member
Public Lands Alliance


Dixie College

Dixie High School

Dixie State College

bachelor's degree


Brigham Young University

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Lyman Hafen
Lyman Hafen (1955-) is a native of St. George, Utah. He grew up on the southern edge of what was then a small town and as a boy developed a strong sense of place roaming the broken landscape and listening to the stories his father told. He became a horseman on the family ranch in Clover Valley, Nevada, and was the 1973 Utah State High School Rodeo All Around Champion. He graduated from Dixie High School in 1973, and Dixie College, where he was also a member of the rodeo team, in 1977. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Argentina from 1974-76.
Lyman graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor's degree in Communications in 1979. Since 1980, he has been a writer, editor, publisher, and active volunteer in community, state and national organizations. He was co-founder of St. George Magazine in 1983, and was its editor for 16 years. He continues to write a monthly column for the magazine chronicling the history, culture and personality of his fast-changing hometown. He has written twelve books of fiction and nonfiction and his writing has been honored on several occasions by the Utah Arts Council. He has written and directed three documentary films. He was appointed by Governor Jon Huntsman to the board of directors of the Utah Arts Council. Over the years he has written numerous articles for regional and national publications, and has served as publisher of important books including Portraits of Loss - Stories of Hope, which sparked the multi-million-dollar fundraising effort for victims of the 2005 Santa Clara-Virgin River Flood. Since 1998, he has served as executive director of Zion Natural History Association in Zion National Park. He founded the Zion Canyon Field Institute in 2003, and the Zion National Park Foundation in 2007.

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Lyman Hafen Lyman is a fifth-generation southern Utahn who has been writing about the region's history, culture and personality for 20 years. He was co-founder of St. George Magazine in 1983, and has published more than 300 magazine articles in publications as diverse as Northern Lights and Western Horseman. He is the author of eight books of memoir, history, biography and fiction, including the popular MUKUNTUWEAP: LANDSCAPE AND STORY IN ZION CANYON, and his work has been recognized by awards from the Utah Arts Council. He is currently working on a history of the Arizona Strip region. He is executive director of the Zion Natural History Association and lives in Santa Clara, Utah.

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