Our Partners to Date:

Center for Heirs Property: A 501(c)(3) non-profit that protects heirs’ property and promotes its sustainable use to provide increased economic benefit to historically under-served families.

 

Colorado State Forest Service: The mission is to achieve stewardship of Colorado’s diverse forest environments for the benefit of present and future generations.

 

Denver Museum of Nature and Science: A renowned museum because of the tireless commitment of its staff, volunteers, members, donors, guests, and the citizens of Colorado, fulfilling our founders’ dream of creating “one of the great entertaining and educational institutions of the country.

 

Denver Water: They proudly serve high-quality water and promotes its efficient use to 1.4 million people in the city of Denver and many surrounding suburbs. Established in 1918, the utility is a public agency funded by water rates and new tap fees, not taxes. It is Colorado’s oldest and largest water utility.

 

El Pomar Foundation: A general purpose foundation that contributes more than $20 million annually through charitable distributions across Colorado.

 

Forest Business Network: With rock-solid foundations in technical forest business consulting services, and event and online marketing, FBN tackles the business challenges of this new economy and an ever-evolving industry with the same grit and determination that have defined forestry professions since their earliest beginnings.

 

Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities: A non-profit, 501(c)(4) organization. It is supported by individuals and businesses who are passionate about improving the health of our forests and the future of our rural, forested communities.

 

Intermountain Forest Association: An advocate for healthy forests and healthy communities. Working towards that goal, the Association develops and implements solution-oriented policies intended to provide a positive climate for forest management that includes a stable and sustainable supply of timber from public and private forestlands.

 

Mountain Studies Institute: An independent not-for-profit mountain research and education center established in 2002 in Silverton, Colorado. MSI develops science that people can use to address environmental issues facing the San Juan Mountains.

 

National Educational Television Association: A professional association that serves public television licensees and educational entities in all 50 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. Since 1967, our reason for existing has been to connect public television people and ideas, by providing quality programming, educational resources, professional development, management support, and national representation.

 

Neiman Enterprises: Our commitment to sustainable forestry not only insures the long term stability of our company, but also guarantees future resources through a cycle of renew-ability. We will continue to strive toward advances in renewable energy and value-added products to meet the demands of our markets while maintaining a healthy environment.

 

Oregon Forest Resources Institute: In 1991, the Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) to enhance collaboration among forest scientists, public agencies, community organizations, conservation groups and forest landowners.

 

Oregon Public Television: Oregon Public Broadcasting: giving voice to the community, connecting Oregon and its neighbors, illuminating a wider world.

 

Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting System: Rocky Mountain Public Media, Inc. is the parent company of Rocky Mountain PBS and KUVO Jazz. Rocky Mountain PBS began in Denver in 1956 as Colorado's first public television station. It is now Colorado's only statewide television network, with stations in Denver (KRMA), Pueblo/Colorado Springs (KTSC), Steamboat Springs (KRMZ), Grand Junction (KRMJ) and Durango (KRMU).

 

The Nature Conservancy: Constantly adapting to take on our planet’s biggest, most important challenges. Our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives.

 

Softwood Lumber Board: An industry funded initiative established to promote the benefits and uses of softwood lumber products in outdoor, residential and non-residential construction.

 

U.S.D.A. Natural Resources and Conservation Service: NRCS provides farmers, ranchers and forest managers with free technical assistance, or advice, for their land. Common technical assistance includes: resource assessment, practice design and resource monitoring.

 

U.S.D.A. Forest Service: We are a multi-faceted agency that manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 43 states and Puerto Rico. The agency’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.

 

U.S. Endowment for Forests and Communities: The Endowment works collaboratively with partners in the public and private sectors to advance systemic, transformative and sustainable change for the health and vitality of the nation's working forests and forest-reliant communities.

 

Vaagen Timbers: Building a new kind of timber company. A mass timber company using the latest technology to produce cross laminated timber (CLT) and glue laminated beams (Glulam).