Jane Weber Evergreen Arboretum
Join Friends of Clark County for our annual fundraiser. Locally harvest foods will be served with wine. Local musician Cole Carr will be performing folk and blues under the tall trees of the arboretum. Please join us Click the image to register!
Friends of Clark County works with community partners and policy makers to keep Clark County a beautiful and healthy place to live, work and play.
The Friends advocate for and promote:
Local, sustainable agriculture
Preservation of rural lands against urban development
Preservation and growth of forested and open green spaces and wetlands
Restoration and monitoring of fish and wildlife habitat
The acquisition and maintenance of public parks, especially in urban areas
The strict regulation of storm water runoff, following state law
A diverse transportation system, focused on affordable public transportation
The venue for the fundraiser is the Jane Weber Evergreen Arboretum is the site of the historic Stanger House - the oldest privately-built structure (remaining in its original location) in Clark County.
Once restored, the arboretum and the historic home will become a tourist attraction on the 12-mile Waterfront Renaissance Trail along the banks of the Columbia River - connecting the trail from Vancouver to Camas.