Earth Day on The Hood!

A Cleanup in Mt. Hood National Forest
Sunday, April 22, 2018. 9 AM to 1 PM

Mt Hood Cover

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GPS:  45° 9’58.13″N, 122° 9’19.39″W

14 miles up river from Estacada on Hwy 224.  Look for the direction signs.  Meet in a large parking area next to the highway just after Carter Bridge Day Use/Picnic Site and the first bridge.


Join Trash No Land & Tread Lightly! for Earth Day 2018 in the Mt. Hood National Forest as we cleanup the Fish Creek area!  Several dispersed shooting sites need our attention, including the old landing strip.  The event starts at 9:00 am and ends around 1:00 pm.

Enjoy a free barbecue lunch provided by Tread Lightly!

Win some great free prizes from Sportsman’s Warehouse, Hat Point Target, Rapid Fire and Sporting Systems!

Bring; Outdoor clothing, boots, gloves, rakes, magnet & manual pickers and a stewards heart!

After the event, enjoy an afternoon of recreation as you wish!  So bring your play-time fun toys!

All are welcome!  We recommend children be of age 12 or older and be under adult supervision as there may be hazardous materials and sharp objects.

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Questions?  Email Bill Cogley, Trash No Land, President, at

Google Earth Map

—————————–Follow Up——————————–

40 people attended this cleanup.  According to Clackamas County Dump Stoppers, they pulled out 3370 lbs of trash!!!  It was an exciting time for all!  They did a lot of good for recreation in Mt Hood Nat Forest and the shooting sports.  Big thanks to all who were part of this event!

Video by Rick Howell.

Tread Lightly! on Mt Hood Nat Forest Earth Day Cleanup

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Stewardship Keeps It Open!