Our partners know the bottom line means a little more around here.

Generous support from local and regional businesses and government entities helps the Black Hills Historic Preservation Trust fulfill its mission. Businesses, large and small, have provided financial and in-kind donations in the hopes of safeguarding our heritage for generations to come.

Our Partners:

A & A Engraving, Rapid City

Albertson Engineering, Rapid City

Black Hills Forest Resource Association

Bodensteiner Beamworks LLC, Rapid City

Crow Ridge Productions, Rapid City

D&W Crane & Rigging, Rapid City

Blue Dog Framers & Studio Gallery, Lead

Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission, Deadwood

High Country Guest Ranch, Hill City

HistoriCorp

Jon Crane Watercolors Inc., Hill City

Message, Rapid City

National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mountains/Plains Office, Denver, Colorado

Passport In Time

Pennington County Resource Allocation Committee

R. Fred Thurston, Architecture, Rapid City

USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Hell Canyon Ranger District, Custer

USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Mystic Ranger District, Rapid City

USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Northern Hills Ranger District, Spearfish

USDA Forest Service, Northern Region, Hamilton, Montana

USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, Golden, Colorado