The Tillamook Rainforest is an oasis of secluded salmon streams, popular recreational trails and important hunting and gathering areas. It is one of the best places on the planet to grow big trees.
For too long, the Tillamook has been considered a tree farm.
With your help we will change that.
Our goals include:
- Long-term, visible conservation areas on state forests, which protect fish, wildlife and recreation opportunities
- Streamside forest buffers wide enough to keep water — and salmon — cold and clean during hot summers
- A path to recovery for threatened and endangered species
- Abundant and diverse recreation opportunities for Oregonians and visitors that builds appreciation for state forests and supports the growing $550 million North Coast outdoor recreation economy
Our work is carried out by thousands of Oregon residents, local businesses, partner organizations, and government agencies.