Nonprofit, Salmonberry Trail, Tillamook State Forest

New nonprofit to support Salmonberry Trail begins formation

Alana Kambury gives a presentation to state officials at a Feb. 1 STIA meeting. Photo: Chas Hundley

TILLAMOOK STATE FOREST - A long-planned evolution in the development of the Salmonberry Trail took its first steps recently with the announcement by the Tillamook Forest Heritage Trust that the Salmonberry Trail Foundation would be formed. 

The foundation will take over assisting with Salmonberry Trail development from the Tillamook Forest Heritage Trust (TFHT), a nonprofit established in 1999 to push for the development of the Tillamook Forest Center located along the Wilson River Highway in the Tillamook State Forest.

With the Salmonberry Trail, the trust found itself once again assisting in a major project in the state forest, supplying staff and their legal status as a nonprofit to the Salmonberry Trail Intergovernmental Agency (STIA), the governing body that is tasked with building the . . .

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