Hood River, COA 106

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Area includes Hood River mainstem, East and Middle Fork and numerous tributaries from confluence with Columbia River upstream. and

COA ID: 106

Local Conservation Actions and Plans

Potential Partners

Special Features


  • A portion of the Middle Fork Hood River is designated as a Wild and Scenic River
  • Glacial fed streams.
  • important area for listed fish species, including two populations of bull trout.
  • Important habitat connection between Mount Hood and Columbia River.
  • Provides habitat for numerous rare amphibian species.

Previously Associated With

  • 2006 COA ID EC-01 (Hood River)
  • 2006 COA ID WC-03 (Mt. Hood area)

Protected Areas

  • Columbia River Gorge
  • Eliot Open Space
  • Hood River, Middle Fork
  • Marina Park
  • Memorial Rose Garden
  • Mount Hood National Forest
  • Tollbridge Park
  • Tucker Park
  • Wilson Park


Strategy Habitats

    Specialized Local Habitats

    • Volcanic lava flows

    Strategy Species