Results and Accomplishments
Cascade Streamwatch, now 15 years old, has become one of the most successful outdoor educational sites in the Northwest, hosting more than 80,000 visitors to Wildwood and Cascade Streamwatch each year. More than 10,000 students and adults participate in Wolftree’s programs or in other school programs, educational events, and tours.
Wolftree has been an invaluable partner in building awareness and support for Cascade Streamwatch in the diverse communities it serves. Just a few of the private and public supporters are: the City of Portland Water Bureau, Jackson Foundation, Kelly Foundation, Merrill Lynch and Co. Foundation, Metro Greenspaces, Northwest Natural, Trout Unlimited, Oregon Community Foundation, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Clackamas County, Portland General Electric, Portland State University, Wells Fargo, US Bank, Weyerhaeuser Company, Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Templeton Foundation, and the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.
Wolftree and its partners were recently honored by the Superintendent of Portland Public Schools. In 2005, Portland State University presented Wolftree with a Civic Engagement Award for excellence in partnerships for student learning.