Individual Support

Supporting the Forest History Society is a unique opportunity to bring history to life. Your support funds critical activities like the processing of archival collections, digitizing rare photos, and the recording of oral histories. We transform these primary historical records into books, films, and educational resources.

annual giving levels

Amount Level
$50+ Associate
$75+ Partner
$100+ Friend
$250+ Patron
$500+ Benefactor
$1000+ President's Circle
  • Subscription to Forest History Today magazine
  • "Forest Timeline" e-newsletter
  • Member discount of 10% off all FHS books & films
  • Priority access to reference & referral staff
  • Environmental History journal (Partner & above)
  • Donor recognition in Forest History Today magazine (Friend & above)
  • New releases of Issue Series books


Leadership Giving Circles

Individuals who make annual contributions at the $1,000 level and above are welcomed into the FHS President’s Circle.

Corporations & Institutions

Supporting FHS is a unique opportunity to bring history to life. Your support funds the processing of unique collections, digitization of rare photos, and the recording of oral histories.

honor roll of donors

During each fiscal year, donors at the Friend level or above are recognized in our annual report.

joint membership

FHS offers a discounted membership with the American Society for Environmental History for those wanting to enjoy the benefits of both organizations.

Other Ways to Give

Building on History Campaign

Help us build the facility of the future for the Forest History Society. View the land, the floor plan, the latest campaign news, and more.

donate securities

There are many tax benefits to giving stock or other securities such as bonds or mutual funds to the Forest History Society.

Monthly Sustainer

Giving a $10 monthly donation makes it easy to be a Friend of the Society.

Programs & Projects

You can help support current programs and projects, including our award-winning films and books, educational outreach, and the new Repeat Photography program.