World Forestry Center

In September, Patrick and I visited Portland’s interactive museum that teaches about the importance of forests in our lives: World Forestry Center (pics). It is located in Washington Park, along with the Oregon Zoo, Portland Children’s Museum, Hoyt Arboretum, and Japanese Garden.

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

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2 Responses to World Forestry Center

  1. Holy smokes! The place has really changed in the years since I was last there! Looks like they’ve done a great job with the exhibits,

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