Stretching across more than 500,000 acres of public land in Northwest Oregon between Portland and the Coast, the Tillamook and Clatsop Rainforest is an oasis of secluded salmon streams, popular recreational trails and important wildlife and game habitat.
For too long, the Tillamook was considered a tree farm by the timber industry.
With your help we will change that.
Our goals include:
- Long-term, visible conservation areas on state forests, which protect critical values that industrial-style timber plantations do not provide
- Strong biodiversity on these forests, including the recovery of threatened and endangered species
- A healthy Oregon Department of Forestry State Forest Division that is fully funded by a stable and diverse revenue stream
- Abundant and diverse recreation opportunities for Oregonians and visitors that builds appreciation for state forests and supports local economies
Our work is carried out by thousands of Oregon residents, local businesses, partner organizations, and government agencies. Our core member organizations are Wild Salmon Center, Oregon Chapter Sierra Club, Association of Northwest Steelheaders, Oregon Council Trout Unlimited, Pacific Rivers, Native Fish Society, and Northwest Guides and Anglers Association.