- People in Nature: Interactions on Mt Adams in a Warming Earth
- April 25, 2020
- 09:00 AM
- Columbia High School
- 1455 NW Bruin Country Rd.
- White Salmon, WA, 98672
Friends of Mt. Adams has an ongoing project to make grants for scientific research being carried out on Mt. Adams with a focus on students at university. We are in the process of seeking out new recipients. The following grants have been made so far:
Katie Swensen September 2017 $500
Mitchell Parsons June 2017 $500
Zbigniew Grabowski April 2017 $500
If you are interested in applying, please contact is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Special Notice The Yakama Nation has closed their Mt. Adams Recreation Area to the public for the entire summer season because they are reconstructing their road and will have no other personnel in the area. Snowmobiling Prohibited Snowmobiling is … Continue reading
Winter 2019 Newsletter (View/download full PDF).
Winter 2018 Newsletter (click image to view/download full PDF) The Winter 2018 newsletter features a review of Ever Wild by Darryl Lloyd. He writes about the human uses of the Mount Adams, its native plants, and the science of this … Continue reading
Nearly 100 people packed the library meeting room at the White Salmon Library to watch a presentation on the carnivores of Mt Adams. Presenters were two biologists with expertise in the region. Jocelyn Akins, PhD., of the Cascade Carnivore Project presented on the Cascade red fox and and Jeff Lewis, PhD. from Olympia spoke about the reintroduction of the fisher in southern Washington.
I took the low route last weekend backpacking up road 150 and the Snipes Trail. The heat was kind of brutal but the payoff was gorgeous camping in the meadows. Fence examination was Aug 1, walk up the trail to … Continue reading
If you are interested in what predators inhabit the Mount Adams Wilderness, check out the Cascades Carnivore Project. The Project is looking for citizen scientist volunteers to hike Mount Adams trails this summer to collect montane red fox, wolverine, coyote, … Continue reading
Letter to Gifford Pinchot Forest Supervisor regarding the iMUSH (Imaging Magma Under Mount St. Helens) Draft Environmental Assessment. Download iMUSH_letter (PDF)
FOMA’s application to the IRS for non-profit 501 (c)(3) status finally has been approved! Gifts and donations to FOMA are now fully tax-deductible. For more details about donations, see the paragraph in this website on the About Us page.