Partnerships

Help with the Eagle Creek Response

Eagle Creek Restoration Fund

Graphic: Eagle Creek Fire Restoration Fund

 

The National Forest Foundation, the nonprofit partner of the U.S. Forest Service, has created an opportunity for interested citizens to donate to public lands recovery efforts in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area stemming from the Eagle Creek Fire. Donations will be accepted to fund high-priority, post-fire recovery projects, including reopening hiking trails, restoring wildlife habitat, and mitigating hazards. The National Forest Foundation will work with the Forest Service to match funds and allocate donations to local partner organizations or local contractors. To donate or learn more about the Eagle Creek Fire Restoration Fund, visit www.nationalforests.org/get-involved/eagle-creek-fire-restoration-fund.

Gorge Trail Recovery Team

The risk of rockfall increases in burned areas.

The Gorge Trails Recovery Team independently formed in September 2017 and consists of four organizations including Trailkeepers of Oregon, Pacific Crest Trail Association, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, and Washington Trails Association (WTA). They formed around the common goal of leveraging the high level of volunteer interest that resulted from the Eagle Creek Fire.

 

Logo: Be There For the Gorge"Be There For the Gorge" Crowdfunding Effort

Oregon's Kitchen Table and partners are hosting a crowdfunding campaign to help the Gorge recover from the Eagle Creek Fire. It runs through March 15, 2018.

 

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Partners

We work year-round with diverse partners in caring for the land and serving people.

Working together to build a bridge on this Washington trail.The Columbia River Gorge has several partnerships with organizations that help us get the needed work accomplished that makes it an amazing place to visit. 

Some of these partners include: