The Yellowstone Trail Association is a membership association with dues to cover postage, printing, web site, and a bunch of miscellaneous costs. Almost all labor and travel costs are supported by the officers and Board members. Projects are thus constrained! Click on the green circle to donate.
Your donations will be used for special projects (that we can design together) or for our Interpretive Sign program:
Throughout the route of the Trail, from Puget Sound to Plymouth Rock, the Route and its history should explained to locals and travelers alike. One valuable way of doing this is to erect Interpretive signs similar to such signs as you frequently find in parks and at historical sights. Their individual cost is something like $550-$700. The graphics and ordering process can be provided by the Association.
Local individuals and groups are needed to identify proper locations, to arrange for permissions, install and maintain the signs. If the local individuals and groups cannot afford the cost of the sign the Association will do its best to cover the remaining cost.