Pinchot Partners shares a vision of healthy forests and thriving communities. As a nonprofit Forest Collaborative, we seek to provide a safe and open forum for people with diverse perspectives to discuss and create innovative projects that restore watershed health, create local jobs and provide for recreational opportunities, within the Cowlitz Valley Ranger District.
The Pinchot Partners have been engaged in a diverse set of projects in the northern Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Our projects, in collaboration with the National Forest Service, include active huckleberry management, and an in-stream wood bank pilot program with Cascade Forest Conservancy. Currently we are focused on Riparian reserves.
Pinchot Partners board meets from 9-11:30am, on the third Wednesday of each month, in Toledo, WA, as well as on Zoom.
Please use the contact form below for more information or to attend a meeting.
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.