Feeding the Herd

  Fundraising Cookbook

Feeding the Herd--A Cookbook to help raise money to feed the elk
Price:$18.95, plus $4.50 shipping

This one-of-a-kind cookbook is now available and contains 200 well-loved recipes from Society members, families and friends. In the near future, we plan to offer supplemental recipes which can easily be inserted into the cookbooks. This attractive cookbook makes an ideal gift or keepsake!

Mt. St. Helens Preservation Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife conservation in the Mt. St. Helens area.  All profits from the cookbook will be used to create wildlife habitat and help feed elk during harsh winter months.        

Besides recipes, the cookbook includes a wide variety of helpful information about cooking and cooking hints:

Other features include:

  • The cookbook is a padded, 3-ring loose leaf binder, comparable to cookbooks found in better retail stores.  The padding adds a rich feel to the cover and protects it from dents or dings.
  • The reverse side of each section divider includes bullet pointed Helpful Hints (sample attached).  The front of each section divider is custom-made with photos of elk taken at Mt. St. Helens. 
  • each cookbook includes a handy easel bookstand to securely hold your cookbook open and upright for hands-free cooking.  It's made of thick, durable plastic that will last for years.  It    easily stores inside your 3-ring cookbook. 
  • Inside covers of the cookbook show "Common Substitutions", a "Roasting Chart", Cooking time for "Perfect Pasta", "Food Storage Guidelines", "General Slow Cooker Tips" and "Equivalent" measurements. 

  • Sample Pages...
    • MSHPS-cookbook-table-of-contents062
    • MSHPS-cookbook-dedication063
    • MSHPS-cookbook-recipes059
    • MSHPS-cookbook-divider060
    • MSHPS-cookbook-tips2065
    There are four "Personal Pages" which includes interesting information about Mt. St. Helens Preservation Society, it's history and mission.  Personal pages also offer a brief history about elk populations in the U.S. and at Mt. St. Helens.