Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
- Nonprofit & Service Organizations
The Foundation will be the nation’s premier non-profit organization for the preservation of the Lewis and Clark Trail and the sharing of its stories.
The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation (LCTHF), Inc. was created to stimulate public appreciation of the Lewis and Clark Expedition’s contributions to America’s heritage and to support education, research, development and preservation of the Lewis and Clark experience. The Foundation serves as advocate, interpreter and protector of the trail.
For more than 40 years, the Foundation and its chapters across the country have promoted Lewis and Clark scholarship, developed educational programs and encouraged the telling of all the stories of the Expedition, including the tribes they met.
The Foundation works with dozens of organizations and agencies (government, nonprofit and private) to preserve and protect the Trail. Established in 1969, the Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), corporation.
- Continuously encouraging historically accurate information to all educators nation wide
- Offering grant opportunities for Lewis and Clark scholarship, signage, programs, and more
- Providing free resources for anyone doing L&C research, including an extensive Library hosted in our Great Falls office
- Nationwide events for the explorer in all of us
Head to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center on Giant Springs Road, we are through the main lobby, past the restrooms, and in the back with the Lewis and Clark logo on our door.