5 Unique Forest Park Forever Gifts to Give this Holiday Season

Forest Park gives to you year-round — why not give back with a unique gift from Forest Park Forever that will sustain and conserve a true St. Louis treasure for years to come? 

From beautiful to timeless, Forest Park Forever gifts fit virtually every budget. Here are five ways you can support Forest Park and Forest Park Forever this holiday season!

1. Build the Forest Park Forever community with a gift of membership. Membership gift certificates are a great way for you and yours to sustain the treasure of Forest Park for future generations. Multiple membership levels are available.

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2. Spread the joy of Forest Park with Forest Park Forever holiday cards. The 2018 cards featuring photography by St. Louis photographer Jerry Naunheim are $25 for a set of 20. You can also purchase 2016 and 2017 cards at a 20% discount.

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3.    Discover page after page of Forest Park beauty with our book Forest Park: Snapshots of a St. Louis Gem. Recently featured in the St. Louis Post-DispatchGift Guide, this collection of color photographs takes readers from the Emerson Grand Basin to the Kennedy Forest and every place in between.

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4. Bring Forest Park indoors year-round for friends and family with a framed poster by internationally known photographer (and Forest Park Forever supporter) Michael Eastman. The frame is made in the USA and sourced locally from ArtMart. Pick-up only at the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education Center during normal business hours.

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5. Grow your love of Forest Park with a Tree Tribute. Available in three levels, Tree Tributes support the maintenance of Forest Park’s majestic trees, from the most tender sapling to the most established denizen of the forest.

Tim Fox