Read on for updates on our wildfire replanting project and other news!
Read on for updates on our wildfire replanting project and other news!
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You can see the small seedlings in the foreground!

400,000 trees will be planted!

Dear Friend,
Last year’s fires were devastating to Oregon’s natural areas. Oregon’s forests are an important part of our ecosystem, capturing carbon emissions and providing habitat for wildlife. Part of the recovery will involve replanting as soon as possible to re-establish the natural balance. Replanting also helps reduce the spread of invasive species in damaged areas.

We have raised enough funds so far to plant at least 400,000 trees! We need your help to reach our goal of a million dollars to plant a million trees. Every dollar donated plants a tree!
Plant a Tree Today!
Multnomah Falls Image by Zane Andrews

June 12 is National Get Outdoors Day

Saturday, June 12 is National Get Outdoors day and sites managed by the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management will be fee-free! Popular areas include the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Newberry Volcanic Monument, and National Forests for the National Forest Service and Alsea Falls and Shotgun Creek BLM day-use areas. Read More about National Get Outdoors Day.
Keep your camping trips safe and memorable with these campfire tips
From Oregon Parks, Recreation Dept.

Many of us enjoy a campfire because it evokes memories of past camping trips with family and friends. We sit around the fire and talk, laugh and enjoy the company. The warmth of the moments rivals the heat from the campfire. Find great tips for safe campfires here.

Order your Adventure Journal Membership Pack for Father’s Day

There is still time to order your Adventure Journal Membership pack or sticker pack and have it delivered by Father’s Day. This pack makes a great gift for anyone who appreciates Oregon’s natural areas. You’ll be contributing to our efforts to enhance and preserve Oregon’s parks and also receive a reminder of your contribution in the form of a beautiful journal and set of all-weather stickers celebrating Oregon's Parks.
Oregon Parks Forever is a statewide, member-supported nonprofit dedicated to raising funds to enhance and preserve special places and experiences in Oregon's parks.
Oregon Parks Forever
503-966-1283 |
1501 SW Jefferson St. Portland, OR 97201
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