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BUILDING THE FACILITY OF THE FUTURE

Help us build the facility of the future! The new Forest History Society library, archives, and headquarters will be a point of pride for the forest and conservation communities. Nestled on 8.6 wooded acres, this 15,000-square-foot building is the first to be designed from the ground up to accommodate the collections and work of the Forest History Society. It will transform the way we work and contribute to the work of others. We welcome your interest and participation in this historic initiative.

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  • Inspiring Others – Mrs. Penelope Wilson

    Penelope Perkins Wilson has a deep and abiding love for art, education, architecture, conservation, and historic preservation, and she has found supporting FHS to be a meaningful way to transform those loves into broad impact. The grand-niece of pioneering forestry educator Carl Alwin Schenck, Mrs. Wilson’s support was instrumental in developing and helping the FHS documentary…

  • The Gift of a Lifetime – L. Michael and Karen C. Kelly

    Michael and Karen Kelly have no shortage of funding priorities, including college expenses for two daughters, various local and national charities and the building and renovation of a 384-acre farm where, working with numerous local and national rescue groups, they have fostered over 150 dogs to date, caring for them at their own expense and…

  • An Educator’s Legacy – Michelle Steen-Adams

    Michelle Steen-Adams is an affiliate social scientist at the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the USDA Forest Service, where she conducts applied research on fire-prone forests to inform wildland fire policy and management. Her research spans the fields of forest social sciences, environmental history, tribal forestry, and forest landscape ecology. Michelle taught courses in forest…

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