Hopkins Demonstration Forest

Hopkins Demonstration Forest- where learning and growing go hand in hand.

Hopkins Demonstration Forest is a 140 acres woodland, owned and managed by the non-profit, Forest Forever, Inc. Forestry education programs are provided at Hopkins in a uniquie partnership that involves OSU Extension, state and county agencies, non-profit, and private sector interests. For more information on education programs at Hopkins, see the Hopkins Demonstration Forest Education Plan (PDF file).

Hopkins Demonstration Forest is located 10 miles from Oregon City. Visitors are welcome daylight hours, year-round for self-guided experiences. Scheduled tours, workshops, events, and volunteer opportunties are available to the community. Special programs can be provided upon request.

Please call 503-632-2150, drop in at 16750 South Brockway Road, Oregon City 97045, or visit the Hopkins website for more information.

Link to http://www.demonstrationforest.org/

Community Forestry Day on  May 13, 2017. Learn by doing in the forest. Projects to work on at Hopkins are part of the Community Forestry Day.

Riparian Trail Audio Tour

One Tree Can

Aveda Institute (Portland), in partnership with Dosha Salon Spa are raising funds for Hopkins as part of  Earth Month 2017: #OneTreeCan


Over 800 people found art in the forest at the Hopkins Forest of Arts.

Find out what this happening was all about - see the Forest of Arts report.


Hopkins Demonstration Forest and youth video projects.