Friends of the Logging Museum (FLM) was formed in 1993 and incorporated in 1994 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. FLM is the lead organization for the development, operation, and growth of the Sierra Nevada Logging Museum, with ongoing technical support and assistance from the hard-working staff of the Stanislaus National Forest. FLM is composed of about 300 dues-paying members, including individuals, corporations, and community groups. A nine-member Board of Directors meets monthly to plan the Museum’s development and to oversee operation of the Museum. Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at 1:00 p.m., at the Museum in White Pines near Arnold, CA.
We rely on membership dues to fund most of our day-to-day operations, allowing us to focus on raising the additional funds necessary for new projects and Museum development. Membership in Friends of the Logging Museum entitles you to receive our bi-annual newsletter, invitations to special events, and the opportunity to help preserve the history of logging and lumbering in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Membership categories are: Senior/Student ($20); Individual/Family ($25); Business/Organization ($50) ; Museum Mentor ($100); and Patron ($250).
Checks for membership can be mailed to:
Membership, Friends of the Logging Museum
Sierra Nevada Logging Museum
P.O. Box 3619
Arnold, CA 95223
We’d really appreciate the help.