Lend a helping hand
There are a number of ways to get involved and help keep Oregon’s forests healthy. Plant trees, volunteer, teach kids about conservation, prevent wildfires or serve as a campground host! Getting out there is exciting, and you’ll help the forests in the process.
From planting trees and building trails to guiding groups as an interpretive ranger, the opportunities to volunteer and work in our extraordinary forests are endless. National, state and city forests and parks all depend on volunteers to maintain services. Local nonprofits also provide volunteer opportunities. Use the links below to help you get started.
- Become a Camp Host
- Bureau of Land Management
- The Forest Park Conservancy
- Friends of Tryon Creek
- Mt. Hood National Forest
- National Forest Foundation
- Oregon Department of Forestry
- Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
- Oregon State Forests
- Portland Parks and Recreation
- Spencer Butte Volunteers