PROTECT AND RESTORE MOUNT HOOD IN OREGON
A deep history and connection with the Mount Hood National Forest region drives our devotion to its freshwater and forest ecosystems. Our family homestead is in Parkdale, just minutes from the national forest and in constant view of the mountain, and it is a family tradition to trek to the top of Mount Hood at least once in a lifetime.
We fund creative environmental restoration and advocacy programs to protect and restore native ecosystems on Mount Hood and in neighboring communities.
We strive for resilient river and forest ecosystems in the Mount Hood region to produce cool, clean streams and vibrant older forests for the benefit of this and future generations.
OUR MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
Prevent harvesting of old growth and double the amount of forestland with habitat protections
Stabilize and support the recovery process for fish populations
Preserve cool and clean drinking water for local communities that also supports abundant fish and wildlife populations