Restoration Program

Now in its sixth year, our Restoration Program trains volunteers to conduct Beaver Habitat and Wetland Surveys with the goal of producing site-specific information and a watershed-wide perspective to inform restoration activities in Mt. Hood National Forest and associated waterways. We also partner with other organizations to actively restore sites in and around Mt. Hood.

Check out our current Restoration Program projects and stay tuned to our events page to get involved!

Questions? Contact our Restoration Program Coordinator, Meg Waller.

Parrott Creek Restoration Project

Help us help Parrott Creek's Cultural Ecology Program restore an 80-acre site for use by Portland's Indigenous and POC communities.

Beaver Habitat Survey Program

We need your support to restore wetlands and help beavers return to Mt. Hood.

Clackamas Wetland and Beaver Habitat Restoration

We work with PSU and the U.S. Forest Service to identify & prioritize existing and potential beaver habitat in Mt. Hood National Forest. With the support of Bark volunteers, we also map wetlands in order to estimate their water capacity and understand which could most benefit from reintroducing beaver.