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Vol. 3 | No. 2 | April 2010   


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Your Support Makes a Difference

Like many non-profits, Tall Timbers must rely on the generous financial support of our members in order to operate efficiently. Our annual membership campaign goal for 2010 is $360,000. With your participation we can reach that goal and continue the good work of our research and conservation units.
In these times of financial uncertainty, it is critical that we remain focused on our mission: Promoting good land stewardship through research, conservation and education. For over 50 years now, Tall Timbers has remained at the forefront of critical research in the areas of fire ecology, forestry and wildlife management. Tall Timbers continues to be a vocal advocate for private landowner rights, helping shape public policy decisions on wildlife management, prescribed fire and land conservation. It is our hope that you will continue your investment in the future of Tall Timbers by renewing your annual gift this year.
You can be assured that your financial investment in Tall Timbers is being put to great use. Our research and conservation staff is able to leverage the support of our membership program by finding matching grant dollars from foundations, government agencies and corporate resources to help fund our programs at full capacity. In many cases, for every $1 contributed to our membership program we are able to find an additional $3 to match it from outside sources.
If you have already renewed your membership gift this year, we thank you. If not, you can easily renew online, With your help we can reach our membership goal for 2010.

Thanks as always for your support of the research and conservation programs of Tall Timbers.

The mission of Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy is to foster exemplary land stewardship through research, conservation and education.