Building on History

Building on History

Photo taken Hopkins Demonstration Forest Summer 2020 History writer, Fred Leeson (buildingonhistory.blogspot.com) wrote this about the Molalla Log House in September 2020. Hopkins is the perfect location for this rare historic log building, where it will be a part of...
Reconstruction of the Molalla Log House

Reconstruction of the Molalla Log House

Photo taken 2007 in Molalla We are excited to announce that the reconstruction of the Molalla Log House at Hopkins Demonstration Forest which will be completed in 2022, with grant funds primarily from the Kinsman Foundation. Other major contributors are the Clackamas...
Poppino Pavilion Ready For Use

Poppino Pavilion Ready For Use

The Poppino Pavilion has now been completed and is ready for use. The pavilion was built in memory of John Poppino of Milwaukie, Oregon and Marvin Everett of Meridian, Idaho. John was a charter member of Forests Forever, Inc that owns and operates the Hopkins...
Molalla Log House

Molalla Log House

Even in a tumultuous year when Covid-19 has restricted working together and wildfires have threatened to destroy much of our forests, work on the Molalla Log House has continued with the completion of the second story loft and the addition of a shingle roof. Final...
Adapting to COVID-19

Adapting to COVID-19

For the safety of our visitors and staff, we asks our visitors to make some modifications to our user guidelines: Visitors welcome 7am-7pm Please limit your stay to 90 minutes if parking area has more than 10 cars Please keep vehicles and visitors 6’ apart or more Do...