The Lindbergh Foundation continues the legacy of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s lifetime of service by spearheading bold solutions and inspiring talent to help balance technology and the environment.
Founded in 1977 by Neil Armstrong, General James Doolittle and other friends of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, the Lindbergh Foundation has a distinguished history of enabling innovation at the nexus of technology and the environment.
Through its awards, it has honored many prominent individuals for their extraordinary contributions to aviation and the environment. Through its grants, it has helped nurture talent and launch promising careers. Through its programs, it has helped apply the technologies of flight to preservation of the environment.
We thank the Wiegand Foundation for their steadfast support.
The Role of Piston Hybrids in the Electrification of Flight
Featuring Erik Lindbergh, Dr. Pat Anderson, Eric Bartsch, Dr. Don Hillebrand and Chris Pollitt
A Discussion with Peter Greenberg
An engaging conversation with the Emmy-winning investigative reporter and producer that touches on aviation history, addresses the present crisis and discusses the future of aviation.