Medora is growing — and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation is growing with it. In the last two years, our organization’s full-time workforce has grown from around 50 to more than 80 people. And we know Medora’s future holds even more growth.
Enter Wild Horse Place: a 50,000 square foot apartment building that will add living space for 32 families in Medora in 2023.
“Housing has always been a challenge in Medora, and it’s never been more important to meet that challenge head-on,” said Matthew Hills, Development Director for TRMF. “I’m reminded of Harold Schafer, who took it upon himself to add sewer and water infrastructure to Medora in the 1950s because he knew it needed to happen. I’m grateful to work with a group of people who think this way as well.”
Wild Horse Place represents the final piece of a $25 million “campus plan” that began in 2008 and already includes three major facilities:
Housing for TRMF Volunteers
Offices, training, & educational facility for employees and volunteers
Housing for seasonal workers and guest lodging