Corporate Support

Supporting the Forest History Society –
A Socially Responsible Investment

Your support helps the Forest History Society provide information to students, scholars, journalists, and the general public that is viewed with high credibility—all for free of charge.

All corporate partners receive membership benefits including recognition in our publication, Forest History Today, on our website with link to your company website. Upper level corporate partners have access to unique product options such as a digital exhibit or article in our magazine. We’re happy to explore these and more options as you join the FHS family as a Corporate Partner. Thank you!

Annual Giving Levels

Amount Level
$250+ Patron
$500+ Benefactor
$1,000+ President's Circle
$2,500+ Leadership Circle
$5,000+ Scholar's Circle
  • 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

Many thanks to our corporate partners!

Chairman’s Circle ($25,000 and above)

Cherbec Advancement Foundation

Elise R. Donohue Charitable Trust

International Paper

Oxford University Press

Rosenberry Charitable Term Trust

Seven Islands Land Co.

Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund

Weyerhaeuser Company


Scholar’s Circle ($5,000 to $9,999)

Boise Cascade Company

Beasley Forest Products, Inc.

Chip and Margaret Dillon Endowment


Green Diamond Resource Company

Hancock Natural Resource Group

Resource Professionals Group

W. Second Growth Foundation


President’s Circle ($1,000 to $2,499)

Mason Charitable Trust

American Forest Foundation

American Forest Management, Inc.

CT Wilson Construction Company, Inc.

Forest Resource Advisors


Hampton Lumber

Harrigan Lumber Company, Inc.

LandVest Timberland Inc.

Louisiana Pacific Corporation

Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC



Rayonier, Inc.

Sizemore & Sizemore, Inc.

The Carol and Carter Fox Family Fund of The Community Foundation

The Forestland Group

The Rodman Foundation

The Westervelt Company

Walter S. Rosenberry III Charitable Trust


Patron ($250 to $499)

Bark House

Bill Ardrey Forestry, Inc.

Columbia Forest Products, Inc.

Forestry Suppliers, Inc.

International Forest Company

JEA Lands, LP

Jeffrey M. Siegrist and Company

MacLean-Fogg Company

Mississippi State University, Department of Forest Resources

Prentiss & Carlisle Co., Inc.

Random Lengths Publications

Scotch Plywood Company

University of Florida–School of Forest Resources and Conservation

Western Foresters Contractors' Association of Canada

Williams Forest Products, Inc.

Director’s Circle ($10,000 to $24,999)

The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Foundation

Frederick K. W. Day Revocable Trust

Green Bay Packaging, Inc.

The George Kress Foundation Inc.

Weyerhaeuser Day Foundation


Leadership Circle ($2,500 to $4,999)

BTG Timberland

Forest Investment Associates

Forest Resource Consultants, Inc.

F&W Forestry Services

Fadco Consulting, Inc.

The John and Ruth Huss Fund of the Saint Paul Foundation

Roseburg Forest Products

Starker Forests

Timberland Investment Resources, LLC


Benefactor ($500 to $999)


American Forest and Paper Association

ArborGen, Inc.

Atlanta Hardwood Corporation

Charles Ingram Lumber Co., Inc

Crosby Land & Resources

Huber Engineered Woods LLC

Larson & McGowin, Inc.

Lone Rock Timber Management Company

Lyme Timber Company

Port Blakely Companies

Resource Management Service, LLC

The Hearthstone Foundation

Thompson Tree Farm

We Love Trees Colorado

Other Webinar Series

Individual Support

Help ensure that the Forest History Society’s irreplaceable collections will be preserved, and remain accessible for users worldwide. Do so by giving annually, or spread your payments out by becoming a monthly sustainer.

Institutional Supporters

Nonprofit institutions can become institutional supporters, 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.