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500 W 8TH ST STE 270VANCOUVER, WA 98660 United States

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Mission Statement

The Cascade Forest Conservancy protects and sustains the forests, streams, wildlife, and communities in the heart of the Cascades through conservation, education, and advocacy.


Cascade Forest Conservancy is working to see that our region is one where native life-flora, fauna, microbes, and the entire biota-thrive in healthy biodiverse forest and aquatic ecosystems. We strive to protect and restore ecosystems in our region that also respect the needs of the many communities who care about the health and sustainability of the area, including Indigenous tribes and nations, those who come to enjoy outdoor recreation opportunities, and communities and businesses depending on the tourism and timber the forest provides.

We value collaboration and partnership. We work closely with groups and agencies that represent a broad range of perspectives to achieve solutions that benefit all. We serve as a leader, convener, and partner in conservation efforts alongside researchers, agencies, tribes, and other nonprofits. We prioritize patronizing and working with local contractors and businesses so that resources provided by supporters and foundations stay local and continue to have a positive impact.

Volunteers are also pivotal to our work; without them, we would not be able to achieve all that we do. We offer numerous opportunities through the summer and fall that allow community members to gain hands-on experience with various conservation and restoration projects. Volunteer trips are one to two days over the weekend and occur throughout the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and surrounding areas.


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