The Pinchot Partners work within the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and surrounding areas to promote policies and projects that create quality local jobs, recreational opportunities, and benefit watershed health.
The Pinchot Partners are comprised of diverse forest stakeholders who share a vision of healthy forests and vibrant communities. Stakeholders in the Pinchot Partners represent diverse interests ranging from conservationists and the native Cowlitz Tribe to the timber industry and Cowlitz Valley economic interests.
The Pinchot Partners have been engaged in a diverse set of project the seek to create quality local jobs, recreation opportunities, and benefit watershed health. Currently, our active projects include active huckleberry management and an in-stream wood bank pilot with the Cascade Forest Conservancy.
We meet on the third Wednesday of each month from 9 - 11:30am. For the foreseeable future, the partners will provide hybrid meetings options, in person at St. Mary's Mission in Toledo, WA as well as a Zoom option. Please contact us if you are interested in interested in learning more or attending a meeting!
Though COVID-19 has made it challenging to stay involved, we would love to have you join our monthly meeting, and we want to hear from you! Please use the contact form to ask questions or request more information. Our monthly newsletter rebooted in September 2020, so join the list now to stay up to date.