Ever Wild by Darryl Lloyd, Co-Founder, Friends of Mt Adams
FOMA co-founder Darryl Lloyd wrote the definitive book on Mt Adams. FOMA has purchased some of these books to distribute to libraries and schools. If you would like to sponsor your library or school receiving a copy, please contact us. FOMA is not selling Ever Wild. If you wish to purchase copies, please go to http://www.mtadamsbook.com/ to place an order.
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:
Cascade Carnivore Proj. May 2020 $5,520
Katie Swensen Sept. 2017 $500
Mitchell Parsons June 2017 $500
Zbigniew Grabowski April 2017 $500
If you are interested in applying, please contact is at email@example.com.
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August 10 was FOMA’s annual hiking day with 3 hikes on Mt. Adams sponsored and lead by our board members and volunteers. The weather was perfect with sunny skies. The hikes were primarily on Yakama Nation land. Including hike leaders, … Continue reading
FOMA applied for non-profit 501 (c)(3) status with the IRS. We have a tentative approval from the IRS and will advise people as soon as things are firmed up. Gifts and donations to FOMA will be tax deductible upon getting … Continue reading
The 2012 grazing season was cut short by the Cascade Creek Fire. Inspections by FOMA in August 2013 has found the fence in the Gotchen meadows area is up and in relatively good condition. However, trespass cattle were observed on … Continue reading
The Cascade Creek Fire burned 20,300 acres September/October 2012 on Gifford Pinchot National Forest lands. The Forest Service for the most part let the fire burn in the Mt. Adams Wilderness but aggressively fought the fire outside of Wilderness. The … Continue reading
Steve Andringa, Manager of the Yakama Nation’s Mt. Adams Recreation Area, just informed us that the road to the Bird Creek Meadows Trailhead is now open (July 8, 2013), including the campgrounds at Mirror Lake, Bird Lake, and Bench Lake.The road … Continue reading
Here is a very recent, informative, and excellently written report from FR8040, the Morrison Creek/South Climb road: In the Wake of Fire: Cascade Creek Burn Site Guide by Wilson Cady, Columbia River Gorge, WA
Trespass cattle grazing, which seriously impacts mountain meadows, riparian areas, and streams, were issues through the 2010 and 2011 grazing seasons. Regularly, before and during the seasons, FOMA volunteers monitored cattle grazing to protect the meadows. Photos and map are … Continue reading
Gifford Pinchot Task Force 917 SW Oak St., Suite 407 Portland, OR 97205 Friends of Mount Adams PO Box 2108 White Salmon, WA 98672 January 4, 2013 Via Email toNancy Ryke, District RangerMount Adams Ranger DistrictGifford Pinchot National Forest2455 HWY … Continue reading
The following comments were submitted to the Forest Service on the grazing environmental assessment. Trespass cows and their impacts in closed Mt. Adams’ Gotchen Creek meadows: … Continue reading