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Our Work

CONNECT • CONSERVE • EXPLORE

FORESTS

WILDLANDS + CONNECTIVITY

WATER

CLIMATE RESILIENCE GUIDEBOOK

WILDLIDE

VOLUNTEER SCIENCE + RESTORATION

FIRE

GREEN RIVER VALLEY + MOUNT ST. HELENS: NO PLACE FOR A MINE

CONSERVING & ADVOCATING

Cascade Forest Conservancy campaigns and advocates for laws, policies, and projects that maintain the health and biodiversity of habitats throughout southwest Washington’s Cascades.  

CONVENING & COLLABORATING

Cascade Forest Conservancy is a founding member of two forest collaboratives. These groups bring together representatives from the US Forest Service, timber companies, Indigenous communities, recreation organizations, and local business owners to guiding decisions affecting the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. By discussing proposed projects early in the planning stages, we are often able to positively influence actions impacting the region without costly legal actions.

Through our partnerships with scientists, researchers, agencies, tribes, and restoration professionals, we help design, study, and facilitate innovative cost-effective projects that are improving and restoring habitats across Washington’s southern Cascades.   

CONNECTING & EDUCATING

Cascade Forest Conservancy was founded by a group of volunteers who were concerned for the sustainability and health of the region’s forests. More than three decades later, public involvement and grassroots environmental action are still central to who we are and what we do.

Cascade Forest Conservancy provides volunteer opportunities that offer unique chances to learn and make a lasting impact for the environment. 

Our 12,000+ members and supporters are our greatest asset in our continuing efforts to protect and sustain the places we care for and steward. 

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.

Our Work