Naming Opportunities

artist's rendering for naming opportunities
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to name the physical spaces within the new National Conservation Legacy and Education Center. These naming opportunities are offered in grateful recognition of leadership gifts from the Museum’s most generous supporters.

We’ll be happy to discuss these and other customized naming designations. Please contact our office at


Forest Discovery Trail

The Forest Discovery Trail offers interactive outdoor learning experiences focusing on America’s conservation history. Self guided tours and educational activities for individuals, classes and families are offered free of charge.

1 Available

$100,000 and up

Endowed Executive Positions

Named Endowment Funds in support of key staff positions will ensure we continue to attract and retain the best leadership and talent in the history museum field. Named, endowed position funds are invested in perpetuity. The Museum will dedicate the fund earnings to support the work associated with the positions.

4 Available

Oral History Collection & Interview Room

This room is dedicated to collecting oral history interviews for the Museum’s collection. This room will feature leading edge video and audio recording technology for the production of the highest possible quality interviews.

1 Available

Research Library & Special Collections

The Library will support the work of the Museum’s staff, scholars and researchers from around the world, as well as interested members of the general public. The Library’s holdings are comprised of a research collection, special collections, and digital collections.

1 Available

$500,000 and up

Reflections Walkway

This beautifully landscaped, tree lined walkway will honor the contributions of individuals who have made a difference by contributing to America’s Conservation Legacy. Located next to the Conservation Legacy and Education Center, the Reflections Walkway will also allow for processions to honor events and individuals.

1 Available

Conservation Learning Lab

This multi-purpose room located on the lower level of the Center will serve primarily as a room to inspire learning, featuring state-of-the-art technology and teaching tools. This space will also serve as a meeting room.

1 Available

Collections Repository

The Center will provide a permanent, state-of-the-art repository to safely house our permanent collection of artifacts, including documents, photographs, objects and art works.

1 Available

$1,000,000 and up

Main Exhibit Gallery

The Main Exhibit Gallery is the heart of the visitor experience. The Gallery will feature world class interactive and participatory exhibits. Exhibits will honor, educate and inspire our audience and will be exchanged
regularly to maintain relevancy and interest.

1 Available

Entrance Plaza

One seldom forgets their first impression of a place and this is where we’ll begin to shape that image for visitors to our Center. Large enough to serve as a staging area for arriving school and other groups, this space not only welcomes but also invites the curious visitor to see what lies beyond.

1 Available

Grand Lobby

Tall timbers tell stories in the Grand Lobby with wood timbers featured from across the nation. The lobby’s construction will use 24 different wood species for support posts. Visitors will learn how these different tree species played a role in the development of the Unites States.

This Opportunity is Funded

Name The Center

This incredibly diverse space is uniquely suited to our mission to Share the Rich History and Stories of America’s Conservation Legacy. Our interactive, world class exhibits will inspire visitors to explore America’s conservation history through hands-on learning experiences. A tremendous opportunity for your name to be attached to the Center which will be a prominent landmark in the community.

1 Available

We’ll be happy to discuss these and other customized naming designations. Please contact our office at

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