• Every donation, you’ll receive an exclusive Trail Butter 25% discount code to their online shop 

  • Donate $50+, you’ll be entered into a raffle to win 1 of 2 Territory Run Co. runners set + Trail Butter gift package

  • Donate $150+, you’ll be entered into a raffle to win Wy’East Wolfpack + Gorges Beer Co. Dinner for 2 gift package 


We can support the nonprofit organizations in our community who are working to create a more sustainable Oregon.

Earth Day Oregon is a collective campaign focused on amplifying the impact of Earth Day. The organization drives donations to Oregon’s nonprofit organizations that are working to advance the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals which ultimately create more resilient ecosystems, stronger, healthier communities and a more sustainable world for all.

Earth Day Oregon saw success in 2019, the first year of operation, with 22 Nonprofit Partners, 84 Business Partners, and over $50K raised to support the environment. COVID19 significantly impacted our plans for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020, despite this, we were still able to creatively celebrate and raise funds for our Nonprofit Partners. In 2020 TKO joined up with this annual event and was a recipient of the fundraising effort.

Latest News

Wilderness Volunteers Help Mount Hood Trails

The summit of Mount Hood rises up from behind a foreground of green trees.

Wilderness trails in the Mt Hood National Forest see millions of visitors each year.

by Loren Payne

Opportunities to serve Oregon’s trails with Trailkeepers of Oregon are as diverse as our volunteers’ interests. This year, TKO launched a new Wilderness Ambassador volunteer program in collaboration with the US Forest Service to further our mission of stewardship and advocacy for Oregon’s trails. 


Your First Trail Party

by Ginny Sorensen

Want to add trail volunteer to your many talents, but curious to know what you’re getting yourself into before you sign up? You’ve come to the right place! Read on for some helpful info on what to expect during your first trail party, as well as some tips from fellow first-time Trailkeepers.


Following a Raindrop to the Sea – Building New Trail for Oregon’s Youth

A view of the ocean from the knoll at Camp Westwind. A rainbow crosses the right side.

By Emily Akdedian

To the south of the jutting Cascade Headland and nestled against the Salmon River, Camp Westwind makes up part of the 102,110 acre Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve. Originally dedicated in 1976 by the United Nations (UNESCO), such reserves serve to attain quality education for all, mobilize knowledge for sustainable development, and build an inclusive knowledge society. 


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