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150 high school students from around the state recently gathered for two days at Hopkins to showcase their knowledge and skills as part of the Future Forestry and Natural Resource Leaders program in Oregon.
Hopkins volunteers and students are milling our own western red cedar logs into siding for the new Outreach Center.
Forests Forever Inc has received a grant of $53,405 to help improve the trail system at the Hopkins Demonstration Forest.
Photo Hopkins Demonstration Forest Summer 2021This could be the oldest house in Oregon history, perhaps even predating the start of Lewis and Clark's 1804 expedition. Soon the public will have a chance to discover and explore it at Hopkins Demonstration Forest, where...
Photo taken Hopkins Demonstration Forest Summer 2020History 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...
Photo taken 2007 in MolallaWe 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...
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.
Even in a tumultuous year of Covid-19 and wildfires, we continue to work restoring part of Oregon’s history—most recently completing the second story loft and shingle roof.
Like most organizations, activities and education programs have had to adapt to restrictions due to COVID-19. We are open to visitors to hike the trails and enjoy the outdoors space.
The Hopkins Demonstration Forest is one of the most unique places in America. Nowhere in the country will you find a forest managed with the help of the community.