SCOTTSBLUFF, NE – June 1, 2016 – TheNebraska Hereford Association (NHA)becomes the latest partner sponsor of theAmerican Doorstop Project to support the efforts of co-founders and authors, Jody L. Lamp of Lamp Public Relations & Marketing and Melody Dobson, in putting a spotlight on Nebraska’s agriculture history.
Nebraska beef breed and notable cattlemen hall of fame stories will be featured in the American Doorstop Project NEBRASKA agriculture history book, with a working title, “A History of Nebraska Agriculture: 150 Years of Working the Land.” Published by The History Press with an expected printing of March 2017, the book will coincide with the community celebrations and festivities planned for the Nebraska 150th Sesquicentennial.
“The Nebraska Hereford Association is excited to be part of this book explaining the heritage of agriculture in Nebraska,” says Melissa Buehler, NHA Executive Director. “Our organization works with Nebraska’s top Hereford breeders and partnering with the American Doorstop Project provides an opportunity to further market our member’s impact on the state’s beef industry.”
The Nebraska Hereford Association join recent other American Doorstop Project partner sponsors, including the Hall County Historical Society, Lockwood Foundation, Kelley Bean Company, North Platte NRD and 21st Century Equipment.
Historically known as the Beef State, Nebraska currently ranks #1 in the Nation for Cattle on Feed, Commercial Red Meat Production, and the Top Three Beef Cow Counties in the United States, including the nation’s #1 Cow County – Cherry County in the Nebraska Sandhills.
Lamp and Dobson announced earlier that after the NEBRASKA book is released, The History Press book series continues with the agriculture history of MONTANA and NORTH DAKOTA . The American Doorstop Project books bring a spotlight to local, regional and national Agriculture stories that shaped the development of America through the Agrarian Discipline to connect readers through the identification formula of the Space, Place, Invention, Commodity or Event, and the People that made America what it is today.
Through sponsorships and partnerships, the American Doorstop Project NEBRASKA,MONTANA and NORTH DAKOTA Agriculture History Books will be accompanied with video vignettes featured on the website at www.AmericanDoorstopProject.com. The Montana History Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor for American Doorstop Project, allowing all philanthropists, individual donors, institutions, corporations and grantors, within and outside Montana, a tax-deductible benefit for their contributions towards the project.
Funding helps the team elaborate each story within the American Doorstop Project for agricultural advocacy and education with integrated social media, national and community engagement events, signage, and oral history narratives.
To learn more about the American Doorstop Project and to find out about how you can make a tax-deductible financial contribution visit the www.AmericanDoorstopProject.comwebsite. To learn more about sponsorship packages, media interviews, speaking appearances, call Jody L. Lamp, at (406) 698-9675 or by email jody@AmericanDoorstopProject.com.
The American Doorstop Project is a joint-venture agriculture advocacy collaboration between independent national coordinators,Melody Dobson and Jody L.Lamp. The project preserves and promotes historical places, spaces and events that have shaped our country over the past hundreds of years. American Doorstop Project features a collection of stories that were instrumental in shaping America’s agricultural roots and had they not happened, America, as we know it, would be different than it is today. The strategic plan and fund development program for a project phase one completion is planned for Spring 2017.
Website& Blog: http://www.americandoorstopproject.com/
Established in 1985, the Montana History Foundation is an independent, non-profit corporation preserving the rich legacy of Montana’s past — one story, one community, one project at a time. We grant funds, mobilize the generosity of donors and collaborate with individuals and organizations to explore and honor Montana history.
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