The Foundation was established to preserve the heritage of the timber industry and to inform and educate the public on natural resource issues. It has restored buildings at the original site of the historic Seeley Lake
logging community. Restored buildings include the marshall's office, territorial land office, schoolhouse with teacherage, freight depot with leather shop, church, livery stable, saloon, blacksmith shop and hospital. Also Camp 9, the last working logging camp of the Anaconda Company. Refreshments are available at the saloon as well as the on-site cafe. Located at Wapiti Resort, one mile north of the present town of Seeley Lake at milepost 16 on Highway 83.