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Vol. 3 | No. 4 | Aug/Sept 2010   


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How Your Membership Helps

By Vann Middleton, Operations & Support Director

Did you know that over 90% of your gift to the Tall Timbers Membership Program goes directly to on the ground support of our Research, Conservation and Education programs? In this day and age where all non-profits are carefully scrutinized for the amount of administrative and fundraising costs in relation to dollars contributed, Tall Timbers is proud to rank among the most efficient charitable organizations in the country.

While administrative costs are a part of operating most any non-profit, Tall Timbers strives to ensure our donors that over 90 cents of every dollar given to our membership program goes directly to the programs that they aim to support. We greatly appreciate the generous support provided by all of our members and donors. The success of Tall Timbers relies on the continued support of people like you. As a charitable organization, we hold ourselves accountable to all who have made an investment in our future. Tall Timbers is committed to efficiently managing the financial resources that have been bestowed upon us.

Our pledge to you as a member is to be fiscally responsible stewards of your investment while ensuring that your gift makes a direct impact on the programs for which it was intended.

As you will see in the following articles, your financial support of Tall Timbers goes a long way in helping us achieve our mission of promoting good land stewardship. Whether that’s helping purchase a radio transmitter for the Game Bird Lab; fund a long-term research study on the Stoddard Fire Plots; or provide critical operating support for our land conservation efforts - your gift truly makes a difference.  


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