Corporate & Institutional Support

The Forest History Society is grateful to our corporate and institutional partners for their annual fund and special project support. Your investment in our work helps us to continue to collect and preserve the documents of forest and conservation history, making them available to all and free of charge.

Corporate partners recognize the importance of preserving forest and conservation history for its impact on the future in education, industry, forestry, environmental policy, landscape change and sustainability practices, wildfire management, and more.

Institutional partners are nonprofit entities, including colleges or universities; associations; professional and research societies and their local level chapters; museums; and local, state, and federal agencies and their affiliated offices.

"The Forest History Society is a brick-and-mortar, professionally staffed enterprise consisting of a specialized (and unsurpassed) library and archive, an active oral history program, and a publishing enterprise with substantial reach including scholarly and popular books.”

Jeffrey Stine –
Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of American History
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DONOR BENEFITS 

  • Subscription to Forest History Today magazine
  • Priority access to reference & referral staff
  • Environmental History journal (Partner and above)
  • "Forest Timeline" e-newsletter
  • Member discount 10% off all FHS books and films
  • Donor Recognition in annual report (Friend and above)
  • Assistance to establish an archival collection
  • New releases of Issue Series books

Ways to Give

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

Institutions are nonprofits entities, including colleges or universities; associations; professional and research societies and their local level chapters; museums; and local, state, and federal agencies and their affiliated offices.

Corporate Support

Corporate Partners recognize the importance of preserving forest and conservation history for its impact on the future in education, industry, forestry, environmental policy, landscape change and sustainability practices, wildfire management and more.