The Task Force Conservation Program addresses threats to the few remaining natural forests in the Cascades and ensures that future generations will be able to enjoy our magnificent public lands.
At the Task Force we wish that we could spend 100% of our time working on innovative restoration projects and developing sustainable forest management practices. Sadly, however, our treasured public lands are still threatened each day by irresponsibly planned logging, mining, cattle grazing projects and more. We hope that one day these threats will be a thing of the past, but until then the Task Force continues to work to protect our public lands.
Although the forests of the Cascades were workhorses during the heyday of logging in the 1980’s, a network of healthy and productive areas remain. Protecting important biological refuges is an important part of the Task Force's mission.
Our conservation projects are often the most dependent on your support, be it financial, volunteer or advocacy. Please lend your support to our conservation projects today, with your help we can "protect what's left" and look to the future with more confidence that we can successfully restore the health of our forests and watersheds.