Anthropologie, and its charitable branch, Philanthropie, have generously partnered with the Cook Forest Conservancy to help preserve the beautiful hemlocks of Tom’s Run – where they shot part of their Fall 2019 Home Journal – and all the other Eastern Hemlock trees in our area.
Anthropologie has donated a substantial sum to our campaign to save the ancient hemlocks of Cook Forest State Park, and is asking the public to show their support as well.
Local photographer Kevin Kaltenbaugh generously donated use of his amazing photographs of the bridges along Tom’s Run for the Conservancy’s Cook Forest State Park Bridges fundraising campaign — he runs the Gallery in the Forest, and also offers framing services. Join him on his annual photography tutorial hikes, setting off from the Gateway Lodge!
All his photos are copyright Kevin Kaltenbaugh, and available for purchase at https://kaltenbaughphotography.zenfolio.com
The following companies generously support the CFC via reduced rates for goods & services:
& the CFC is powered by the following, and by google g suites, at no charge:
If your business is interested in supporting the CFC through sponsorship and advertising, please contact Kelly Culbertson, President, at kelly @ cookforestconservancy.org. The CFC will tailor a contract if it’s a good fit for both parties.