Corporate / Organization Partners

Thank you to our Champions, Patrons, Sponsors, Associates & Allies


Champions ($2500+)

Felburn Foundation
Felburn Foundation

Ocala, FL
Supporting TTSS: Core programs, Oregon Trumpeter Swan Restoration, Washington State Winter Habitat Assessment

Founded in 1978 the Felburn Foundation is a family-run non-profit, natural resource, educational foundation.

 
L.H. Foley and M.H. Frischkorn Wildlife and Conservation Fund

Tacoma, WA
Supporting TTSS: Core Programs, Lead Poisoning Crisis Response

The mission of the Louise H. Foley and Margaret Frischkorn Wildlife Conservation Fund is to promote the preservation and conservation of wildlife, natural resources, and wilderness areas.

 
Loll Designs
Loll Designs

Duluth, MN ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Core programs

Founded in 2005, Loll is a modern outdoor furniture manufacturer specializing in the use of recycled materials to make affordable long lasting and no maintenance outdoor furniture. Loll strives to improve the relationship between the furniture people use and own and their ability to enjoy it in a healthy environment. Sustainability is at the core of the business. Loll attempts to achieve a product and company balance between the environment, profitability, and employee and community well being. TTSS thanks Loll Designs for supporting TTSS through the 1% for the planet program.

 
Mountaineers Foundation
Mountaineers Foundation

Seattle, WA ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Oregon Trumpeter Swan Restoration

The Mountaineers Foundation is dedicated to sustaining the mountains, forests and healthy streams of the Pacific Northwest. They promote ecological integrity, passing the best possible environmental legacy to ensuing generations.

 
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Salem, OR ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Oregon Trumpeter Swan Restoration

The mission of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is to protect and enhance Oregon's fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations.

 
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

Arlington, WA ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Lead Poisoning Crisis Response Project

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, a sovereign, federally recognized native tribe, is committed to serving our members, preserving our culture, and continuing the stewardship of our native lands.

 
Summerlee Foundation
Summerlee Foundation

Dallas, TX ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Core programs

The Summerlee Foundation is a private, non-profit charitable foundation whose purposes include programs in animal protection and Texas history. As part of its mission, the Summerlee Foundation supports work that promotes new ethics towards animals, and projects that include a focus on sanctuary and refuge and, endangered species.

 
TogetherGreen
TogetherGreen

New York, NY ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Trumpeter Swan Power line Collision Communications, Fellowship for Becky Abel

Audubon and Toyota launched the TogetherGreen initiative in 2008 to foster diverse environmental leadership and fund innovative conservation ideas. TogetherGreen funding recipients have helped protect 250 species of birds and other wildlife, improved 10,000 acres of habitat, mobilized 220,000 individuals, collected two million pounds of recyclables, and captured $5 million worth of volunteer time. For more information, visit www.togethergreen.org

 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
United States Fish and Wildlife Service

Lacey, WA & Idaho Falls, ID ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Lead Poisoning Crisis Response; Idaho Trumpeter Swan Nest Monitoring Partnership

The Mission of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people

 
United States Forest Service
United States Forest Service

Washington, D.C ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Idaho Trumpeter Swan Nest Monitoring Partnership

The mission of the U.S. Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation's forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. Their motto today is "caring for the land and serving people."

 
Wiancko Family Fund

Jackson, WY
Supporting TTSS: Core programs; 22nd TTSS Conference

The Wiancko Family works through the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, which links donors with nonprofit organizations.

 
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Alberta, Canada & Bozeman, MT, 59771 (403) 609-2666 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Greater Yellowstone Trumpeter Swan Initiative

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) is a joint Canada-US not-for-profit organization that seeks to preserve and maintain the wildlife, native plants, wilderness and natural processes of the mountainous region from Yellowstone National Park to the Yukon Territory.

 


Patrons ($1000+)

Fanwood Foundation

Helena, MT
Supporting TTSS: Core Programs

 
Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Boise, ID (208) 334-3700 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Idaho Trumpeter Swan Nest Monitoring Partnership

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is dedicated to protecting Idaho's wildlife heritage, accepting the challenge, responsibility and obligation to preserve this legacy for future generations and for all who value a wild Idaho.

 
National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRS)
National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA)

Washington, D.C. 202-417-3803 ~ Website
The mission of NWRA is to conserve America's wildlife heritage for future generations through strategic programs that protect and enhance the National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS) and the landscapes beyond its boundaries. By combining policy, landscape-scale conservation efforts, grassroots development and public education, NWRA works to strengthen the ecological integrity of our national wildlife refuges, maintaining the diversity of American wildlife and plants for the future. The NWRS is critically important to Trumpeter Swans. Trumpeters use over 50 refuges during some poin in their annual cycle. Red Rock Lakes NWR in Montana was established to save the last nesting Trumpeter Swans in the lower 48 States.

 
Three Rivers Park District
Three Rivers Park District

Plymouth, MN 55441 (763) 559-9000 ~ Website

Three Rivers Park District, MN (formerly Hennepin Parks) is responsible for stewardship of over 27,000 acres of land and promotes recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system. The District pioneered the restoration of Trumpeter Swans in Minnesota and was instrumental in the creation of TTSS in 1968. For many years the District has partnered with TTSS by providing office space and sharing part-time staff.

 
Zango Creative, Inc
Zango Creative, Inc.

Seattle, WA (206) 937-6880 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Web Design and Communications

Zango Creative is a Seattle, Washington Graphic Design company specializing in Website development and Print design for the small business market. Principle, Michelle Drewien, is a life-long bird enthusiast.

 


Sponsors ($500+)

Naturalist Journeys, LLC
Naturalist Journeys, LLC

Portal, AZ (866) 900-1146 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Communications and Office Support

A nature travel company offering small group birding and natural history travel worldwide. Join us for Wild Nature, Sampler or Hiking trips. We strive to provide quality experiences that engender a deep and generous respect for nature and inspire action to preserve it. Whenever possible, we use locally-owned hotels, local guides and we seek out local foods. Enjoy our Blogs: Adventures of a Nature Traveler & Nature Adventures of the Culinary Kind

 
Norcross Wildlife Foundation
Norcross Wildlife Foundation

New York, NY ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Equipment/Printers

The Norcross Wildlife Foundation's mission is to support wildlife and wildland conservation efforts that benefit the public welfare.

 
Washington State Dairy Federation
Washington State Dairy Federation

Elma, WA 98541 (360) 482-3485 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Washington State Working Group Activities, Core programs

The Washington State Dairy Federation (WSDF) was formed in 1892 by dairy farmers concerned about the legislature's activity. Today the federation continues to be a voluntary membership organization representing over 450 state's dairy producers. WSDF is the legislative and regulatory monitoring arm for the dairy industry in the state of Washington. Their responsibilities include maintaining dialogue with the state regulatory agencies and working with elected officials to promote the interests of dairy producers in the state of Washington. They support TTSS annually with a unique partnership described well by a bumper sticker produced "Got Farms, Got Swans."

 


Associates ($250+)

Henry’s Fork Foundation
Henry’s Fork Foundation

Ashton, ID 83420 (208) 652-3567 ~ Website
Supporting TTSS: Core programs

The Henry's Fork Foundation works to protect, preserve and restore the magnificent and threatened Henry's Fork of the Snake River watershed for today and future generations.

 
Sky Island Press
Sky Island Press

Portal, AZ (520) 558-2220
Supporting TTSS: Artwork and Graphic Design

Sky Island Press publishes books on natural history and regional art in the Southwest Borderlands. This brand-new publishing venture of accomplished artist, biologist and tour leader Narca Moore-Craig will take readers on a journey into the experiences and discoveries of field naturalists worldwide.

 
Southwest Airlines
Southwest Airlines

Dallas, TX 75235 (800)I FLY SWA ~ Website

 
Sundance Golf and Bowl
Sundance Golf and Bowl

Dayton, MN (763) 420-4700 ~ Website

Sundance is "Your All-Season Family Sports Center" that provides a great place to spend quality time with family, friends, and anyone who enjoys great recreation and the natural beauty of the Minnesota outdoors. Join them, just twenty minutes northwest of downtown Minneapolis.

 


Allies ($100+)

Banner Printing
Banner Printing

Sierra Vista, AZ
(520) 458-5550
Website

 
Firefly Diverters, LLC
Firefly Diverters, LLC

669 Easton Court
Grantsville, UT 84029
(435) 884-5561
Website

 
Maps for Design
Maps for Design

Norwood, MA
(781) 255-7179
Website

 
Newport653
Newport653.com

Charleston, SC
(843) 762-9283
Website

 
Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Ruby Valley, Nevada
(775)779-2237
Website