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  • Conservation Education Fund

    Inspiring. Educating. Conserving.

How It works

Conservation is a collaborative effort. Education is how the National Bighorn Sheep Center inspires individuals to move forward towards conservation goals. In 2018, the Butler Family Foundation established the Conservation Education Fund to provide the National Bighorn Sheep Center with the resources necessary to expand our education and outreach programs in major ways. With support from the Conservation Education Fund and donations from conservationists like you, the National Bighorn Sheep Center has implemented many educational programs:

When you donate to the Conservation Education Fund, you’re investing in a national push for conservation education in classrooms, in Washington, and, most importantly, in nature.

How to Donate

Your donations keep our education programs excellent and ever expanding.

Any amount donated to the Conservation Education Fund helps; additionally, donations meeting or exceeding the following levels will receive special acknowledgement on the National Bighorn Sheep Center website and at our annual banquet!

  • Ram: $5,000+
  • Ewe: $2,500-4,999
  • Lamb: $1,000-2,499

To donate, please contact us:

  • Online:
  • Phone: 307.455.3429
  • Mail: P.O. Box 1435, Dubois, WY 82513
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