You make an impact for the cascades.
Whether you volunteer, attend an event, add your voice to conservation campaigns, comment on a proposed timber sale, or become a sustaining supporter, your involvement is helping ensure a sustainable future for the heart of the Cascades.
Work with us
Every year, Cascade Forest Conservancy organizes field trips into diverse habitat areas throughout the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Joining CFC staff on one of these science and restoration projects is an impactful way to learn more about local ecology, make a positive difference for the environment, and connect with a community of like-minded outdoors enthusiasts. We also provide accessible office-based opportunities for volunteering, so anyone who wants to can contribute to conservation in the Cascades.
Stop The Mine
The Green River Valley and nearby Mount St. Helens (Lawetlat'la) are no place for a mine. Join Cascade Forest Conservancy and a growing coalition of organizations, tribes, business owners, community leaders, and other concerned individuals who are working together to protect these places from the catastrophic destruction an open-pit mine could bring.
Becoming a sustaining monthly donor or making a one-time gift is a great way to invest in the future you want to see. A future in which our region is resilient to the impacts of climate change, and healthy ecosystems support and inspire communities and visitors for generations to come. There are other ways to donate too, such as donating stocks and bonds or even unused vehicles. Your support makes our work possible. Thank you!
Annual Auction & Gala
Join Cascade Forest Conservancy and our community of friends and supporters for a fun evening of eating, drinking, and bidding on not-to-be-missed auction items. The Auction helps fund and support ongoing conservation, research and restoration work in Washington's southern Cascades. Reach out if you'd like to donate an item for auction or for information about other ways to sponsor the event.
SPEAK UP FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Since 1985, Cascade Forest Conservancy has been your voice speaking for the areas in and around the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southwest Washington. Join the 12,000 other members who support Cascade Forest Conservancy and are making a difference now.