The Salmon Grange interior restoration has been completed, and the Museum’s printing business has moved its operations into this newly beautified facility–thanks to the Student Conservation Association and its wonderful cast of volunteers! Stop in or call and make an appointment to tour this historic building and order an historical photo of our area or bring in your own digital or hard copies photos for prints, scanning, and restoration. We also do art prints. We have a wide range of archival medias from which to choose and our equipment is top of the line.
The Student Conservation Association is the only national organization that develops tomorrow’s conservation leaders by providing high school and college students with service opportunities in all 50 states, from urban communities to national parks and forests. More than 4,000 SCA members annually render over two million hours of service to America’s public lands. Since 1957, SCA has helped to develop new generations of conservation leaders, inspire lifelong stewardship, and save the planet. SCA is headquartered in Washington, DC and maintains oﬃces in Anchorage, AK, Chicago, IL, Charlestown, NH, Oakland, CA, Pittsburgh, PA, and Seattle, WA. For more information, visit http://www.thesca.org.