World Forestry Center

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World Forestry Center (WFC)

Address:4033 SW Canyon Rd
Portland, OR 97221

Established: 1964. Description:Aims to increase understanding of the importance of well-managed forests and forest resources. Promotes the benefits of conservation through publications, educational programs, and exhibits. Operates the Forest Discovery Center museum, The World Forest Institute, and two demonstration forests. Members: 3,000. Dues: $35/year.
Publications: Forest Perspectives (quarterly); free to members and $25/year for nonmembers. Branching Out (quarterly); free to members.

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