To gather, preserve, and share the rich history of African American, Indigenous, and immigrant loggers in the Pacific Northwest. We utilize inclusive stories of multicultural logging communities to better connect the experiences of immigrants and migrants to a larger American narrative.”
Share Oregon’s multiethnic logging history and provide access to educational materials of these histories to our region. We offer programs to communities; host events celebrating logging history, staff a visitor center, collaborate on artistic projects, and present a traveling exhibit.
Our Purchase of the original town-site and forested lands (240 acres), will serve to provide archeology study, forestry education and outdoor school education. We are planning lifelong learning facilitated tours within this brave space.