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Invest in the Museum!
We are a dynamic organization with increasing momentum, whose mission is To share the rich history and story of America’s conservation legacy.
We share this legacy through traveling and virtual exhibits, a Conservation History Education Program, a 36-acre campus in Missoula, MT, and a Capital Campaign to build a one of a kind, world-class facility: the National Conservation Legacy and Education Center.
We are the only national museum solely dedicated to preserving the history of conservation, with the US Forest Service as a cornerstone of that legacy. As the premier organization promoting conservation history for nearly three decades, NMFSH is a perfect investment for businesses wishing to expand their profile among those working in this field. Corporate Partnership links your organization with the Museum’s growing reputation through a variety of prominent opportunities to promote your business and support history!
The Museum’s high visibility includes:
- A nationwide membership base
- 615 visitors on average/month to our website
- Thousands of annual visitors to our Missoula campus
- Teacher Ambassadors bring us to classrooms across the U.S.
- 3,000+ conservation history-focused people on an active email newsletter list
- Gala fundraising events across the country with Sold Out attendance
Through our members, programs, and community events, the Museum works to bring America’s conservation history to students, researchers, educators and the general public. An investment in the Museum is a proactive step towards preserving and sharing this important history for this and future generations.
The Museum invites your company to consider a variety of opportunities to sustain our programs in valuable and rewarding ways. We are also happy to tailor your Museum sponsorship to meet your organization’s specific philanthropic, marketing and community relations goals.
Choose a Level
Download the brochure below for full details on the sponsorship tiers and sign up today!
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