Friends of Mount Hood is a nonprofit organization dedicated to monitoring development and management of national forest lands on Mount Hood.
Friends of Mount Hood is especially interested in protecting the alpine meadows, wetlands, streams, wildlife, and forested slopes on the mountain. For more than two decades, Friends of Mount Hood has worked to safeguard the natural environment at ski areas that operate on national forest land under special use permits. These high alpine areas contain fragile alpine meadows and wetlands, clear flowing streams that feed into larger rivers downstream, and high alpine stands of mountain hemlock and slow growing white bark pine.
Friends of Mount Hood Board members: Karl Anuta, Lou Daily, Helen Herner, Phyllis Kirk, Barbara Wilson, Chris Winter, John Wood, Suzanne Savell, Joan Zuber, and Dennis Chaney.
Donations to Friends of Mount Hood support our ongoing effort to protect the environment on the mountain. Friends of Mount Hood is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.