Be part of the legacy.
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History established itself as a leader in archaeological research in the 1930s, with Luther Cressman's recovery of the world's oldest footwear from Oregon's Fort Rock Cave. Since then, the museum has grown into a world-class center for preservation and interpretation, and it continues its long tradition of groundbreaking research in both archaeology and paleontology.
From research to education to safeguarding important collections, much of the work we do is made possible through endowment funds. When you contribute to a museum endowment, you help continue this long tradition of excellence. Learn more about giving to MNCH endowments.