Forest Park Conservancy restores and protects Forest Park, Portland's 5,200 acre urban forest. Guided by the Greater Forest Park Conservation Initiative, we maintain trails, restore habitat, and inspire community appreciation for our greatest natural treasure.
The Forest Park we know today is an ecologically diverse forest that stretches as far as the eye can see. It might come as a surprise to some that nearly all of Forest Park was logged between 1850 and 1948, the year the park was established.
We love our dogs but keeping them on a leash is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure the safety of others and the health of Forest Park
The City of Portland released its draft master plan for off-road cycling. Here is FPC's perspective on the concepts for Forest Park.
Leash laws apply in Forest Park, and for good reason. However, if you do happen to encounter an off-leash dog, especially if they appear anxious or aggressive, here are some tips to follow.
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