Cascade Forest Conservancy's 2024 Volunteer Trips

Looking to make a difference for the Cascades?  Be a part of Cascade Forest Conservancy's 2024 volunteer trips! 

New to volunteering with CFC? Check out our Volunteer FAQ to learn more!


To sign-up for a trip(s):


1. Check out the details of each volunteer trip below (click the title or the info button to the left of the trip to get the full description of each trip)

2. Click the fill in an application button to the right to:

  • Log in if you already have a Better Impact account, or make a new account

  • Tell us about yourself by filling out our general volunteer application


3. Once you are in your account, click on Opportunity List to select the volunteer trips you want to participate in!

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CFC Volunteer Trips

Activity Shifts Start End
04) Invasive Plant Removal at Cedar Flats and Ape Caves 0 6/1/2024 6/1/2024
05) Invasive Plant Removal along the Wind River 1 6/8/2024 6/8/2024
06) Amphibian and Fish Surveys at Stump Creek 1 6/15/2024 6/16/2024
07) Site Assessments for Instream Restoration and Beaver Reintroduction 0 6/22/2024 6/23/2024
08) Improving and Protecting Habitats in the Little White Salmon Planning Area 1 7/20/2024 7/21/2024
09) Huckleberry Monitoring & Picking - Trip 1 1 8/3/2024 8/4/2024
10) Huckleberry Monitoring & Picking - Trip 2 1 8/10/2024 8/11/2024
11) FlowPer Extravaganza 1 8/17/2024 8/18/2024
12) Native Seed Collection for Pollinator Habitat 1 8/24/2024 8/24/2024
13) Building Instream Restoration Structures for Coho Salmon 0 8/24/2024 8/25/2024
14) Enhancing Salmon and Lamprey Habitats along Stump Creek 0 9/7/2024 9/8/2024
15) Seeding and Planting Native Plants for Pollinator Habitat Enhancement 1 10/5/2024 10/6/2024
16) Riparian Planting at Stump Creek 1 11/2/2024 11/2/2024

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.