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World Forestry Center

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4033 SW Canyon Rd
Portland, OR 97221



You won't have to look hard in Oregon to find some dark and quiet stand of trees - the western half of this northern state is full of lush forests sheltering burbling brooks and wilderness critters. Even if you don't have the chance to do some serious hiking or camping out in the woods you can still enjoy a brush with nature at the World Forestry Center's highly educational museum. In addition to exhibits exploring the life of trees in the Pacific Northwest find an extensive space dedicated to forests around the world, and the people that call these regions home. Make sure to check out the canopy lift on a clear day.

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