Exceptional program, exceptional venue, exceptional people.
Don Bellamy is a 1978 graduate of Colorado State University with a dual degree in Agricultural Business and Economics. Don recently retired from a 42 year career in the Ag finance business with Northwest Farm Credit Services and Bank of America. Career roles included Regional Vice President – Community Lending for Western Montana and East Idaho; VP Operations - Commercial Lending; VP Credit Approval for Eastern Montana and VP supervising the Young, Beginning and Small Ag Vision Program for NWFCS.
- Member of the Gettysburg Foundation and an Associate member of the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides.
- Principal of his own historical research and advocacy consultancy focused on US military history, battlefield preservation and awareness.
- Emeritus founder and business executive for the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association affiliated with the National Cowboy Museum and emeritus business executive for the Cowboy Artists of America.
- Owner and operator of a small historic farm in Palmyra, Virginia as well as his ranch property in North Fork, Idaho.
Our faculty is made up of instructors and guides, many of whom are licensed battlefield guides. Instructors and guides are chosen for each session based upon the identified goals of the group.