Organizations and people whom Craigmore Creations thanks for their work in natural history, art and design!
Discover Your Northwest
Discover Your Northwest is a nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington. Since 1974, They have provided on-site resources that help visitors have a great experience when visiting Northwest public lands and inspire them to become stewards of these places. They are dedicated to ensuring that our public lands are places of education, recreation, and inspiration for everyone.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. This is a great place to spend the day with the kids or catch their After Dark program with your grown up friends. There are many exhibits to hold your attention and spark your wonder.
Montana Natural History Center
Located in Missoula, Montana, the MNHC works to educate children and adults about the wonders of nature in Montana. They are a great resource for people who are new to the rich natural heritage of Montana and helpful for enriching the knowledge of even the most seasoned naturalists.
Ice Age Floods Institute
THE group of folks dedicated to spreading awareness about the Missoula Floods. The IAFI leads informative trips throughout the flood zone and are staffed by very knowledgeable professionals who want to share their knowledge and excitement about the epic cataclysms at the end of the Ice Age.
Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum
This museum is a great resource for all things related to the Columbia River Gorge. There is a great display about the Ice Age complete with a life size Columbia Mammoth and the artwork of Stev Ominski, the premiere painter of scenes from the Missoula Floods.
Friends of the Columbia Gorge
These folks are a great resource for hiking and exploring in the Columbia River Gorge and they work to protect and preserve the Gorge for future generations. Their website is full of articles and information and contains many beautiful photographs of the natural wonders to be found in the Gorge.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center And Museum
The Mission of the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Wasco County Historical Museum is to inspire appreciation and stewardship of the Columbia River Gorge through collection, preservation, and interpretation of cultural and natural history resources. The site provides walking trails, a pond, scenic overlooks, and live raptor education programs engage all ages in issues related to habitat preservation.
Yakima Valley Museum
Regional history comes alive at the Yakima Valley Museum, located in Yakima’s beautiful Franklin Park. This 65,000 square foot facility offers historical exhibits on the Yakima Valley—its natural history, American Indian culture, pioneer life, early city life, and the roots and development of the Valley.
Designers & Artists:
Great web design! She put our website together and we think it looks wonderful.
Drawings and comics. In case you did not notice, Chris is the illustrator for the Terra Tempo. Check out his website to see his range of illustration! He can whip up some pretty scary monsters and creatures from the depths of his imagination.
Paintings and drawings. Erica colored most of Terra Tempo and when you take a look at her artwork you will see she is a wizard with color. In her own words: “My Paintings are derived from an unpredictable series of actions in which I am searching for an undetermined result that is both satisfying and challenging.”