Give the Gift of Wilderness!

Whether it’s a last minute gift for someone special or a year-end donation, there is never a better time than December to remember Wilderness with a gift!

The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness rely on your support to accomplish all that we do. Your passion, time and energy and financial support have helped protect the Scotchmans with numerous stewardship projects this year. From studying rare forest carnivores, to repairing and clearing trails; from educational seminars, poster and field trips to planting White Pine, your efforts and your donations are vital to all we do.

If you are looking for that last minute gift for someone, consider making a donation in their name – we’ve even taken care of the gift part for you – click on the link below to print out a customizable gift certificate:

Click here for printable gift certificates:

If your holiday shopping is already done, and you have a few dollars left over, a tax free donation might be the perfect gift for yourself and your “Friends”! It is sure to put you on Santa’s “nice” list!

And remember that any donation made between now and the end of December qualifies for a deduction from 2011 taxes.

Your year-end donation will help us with our Wolverine Watch this winter and help us to continue to produce the quality publications, maps, events that are critical in building public support. Simply send a check to the address below:

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
Box 2061
Sandpoint, ID 83864

Or, for your convenience, you may now make secure on-line donations with your credit card or Pay Pal account. See the button on our home page!

With your contribution we will achieve our goal of protecting the Scotchman Peaks as designated Wilderness!

Happy Holidays and Have a Great New Year – from your Friends of Scotchman Peaks

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About The Author:

Phil Hough is the Executive Director of the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

He has hiked the "triple crown": the Appalachian Trail, Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest trail (twice). He has also paddled the length of the Yukon river. Phil's love of wilderness guides him as he works to save the incrediblly wild Scotchman Peaks, one of the last and largest roadless places in northern Idaho and western Montana.

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