|"Alex Trebek and his friend"|
You too can become a friend of the musk ox! Your contributions can vary from joining the herd as a "member" to "adopting" a musk ox of your own (and all levels in between). Your donations go toward continuing the work of the project in caring for our shaggy Arctic neighbors, and establishing an appropriate cottage industry in rural Alaska. If you are interested in joining the Friends of the Musk Ox, please read and print out the form, then fax or mail it to the farm. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments, or for further information about joining the herd.
The Musk Ox Farm is a 501 (c) (3) private non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible. The farm relies on foundation grants and private donations to continue its' mission. Perhaps the most meaningful support that the farm receives is the many entirely voluntary contributions made by the "Friends of the Musk Ox", the public membership arm of the project. A wide variety of people have contributed to the project over its forty-year history. From "Herd Parent" Alex Trebek (host of TV's Jeopardy, above) to local volunteers lending a hand repairing fences and fixing hay feeders, donors and volunteers have remained integral to the success of our work.
|"Olivia Newton-John bottle feeding a calf"|