When you become a member, you’re joining a special group of people who are dedicated to keeping Harbison State Forest a place we can all enjoy.


All active (paid) members will get updates on our work, a Friends of Harbison State Forest (FOHSF) email newsletter, and will receive purchase discounts (often 10 percent) or other incentives from our local Corporate Partners. (As a “cooperative” with its own membership, REI is unable to extend discounts to FOHSF members but is a financial supporter of the FOHSF.) You may be required to provide proof of current FOHSF membership (your emailed membership receipt). Certain restrictions and exclusions could apply, so check with the Corporate Partner for more information. If the Corporate Partners and/or their incentives change, we will make an announcement on the Friends Facebook page at www.facebook.com/FriendsofHarbisonStateForest.

Thank you for supporting our Corporate Partners!

We offer a range of membership levels to work with all budgets. All our members will receive the benefits listed above. When you click through to our MightyCause donation page, only four donation options will be listed. You can donate any amount by choosing from the options listed below or typing in any other amount.

Student Member ($10)

A student membership is a great way to get involved and start a lifetime of protecting our natural resources.

Friend ($25)

A friend membership is a great introduction to the Friends of Harbison State Forest.

Family ($50)

A family membership is perfect for families of two or more who enjoy HSF.

Supporter ($100)

A supporter membership is great for small businesses or individuals who want to give more.

Steward ($500)

A steward membership is a wonderful option for businesses or individuals who have the capacity to give more.

Lifetime ($1,000)

A lifetime membership is the optimal option for businesses or individuals who want to make a larger donation.

Your membership supports

  • purchasing equipment and supplies needed for trail maintenance
  • enlisting and organizing volunteers
  • public outreach
  • educational programs
  • efforts to keep the forest in top condition so we can all enjoy walking, jogging, and biking

Become a member