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What's new with Flutetree Foundation

2016.05.31 The Board of Directors of the FluteTree Foundation will be meeting June 14 - June 16, 2016 to create strategic business plans, programs, and projects for the foundation.

In preparation for that meeting, we want to hear from YOU how we can best support the flute community.

Please take this short survey so that we may better meet your needs.

Thank you for your participation!

2016.05.28 The "Renaissance of the Native American Flute Foundation, Inc." has renamed itself to the FluteTree Foundation and has become the new steward of the Flutetree website. FluteTree Foundation plans to continue the fourteen year tradition of providing free and useful content to the flute community.

In the past there has been some confusion in the names of two organizations: RNAFF, the non-profit foundation with its bi-annual convention, and the independent RNAF (that's with one F) workshops that are held annually in Montana for over 20 years. To avoid such future confusion, RNAFF board of directors in cooperation with Flutetree's original steward, who is also on the board, have legally renamed RNAFF to FluteTree Foundation. The newly revised flutetree.com site will continue to exist even though we are a non-profit, because so many websites point to it. A flutetree.org site will appear shortly with the same content. At the same time, we are harmonizing these changes with facebook and twitter.

If you like what we are doing here, please feel free to donate the FluteTree Foundation. It is tax deductible.


 --- Robert Gatliff (website administrator)