The Willamette Falls Heritage area is the region defined by the Willamette River between the mouths of the Tualatin River and Clackamas River. Located 30 minutes south of Portland, Oregon, at the base of Mt. Hood, the region is part of the famous WIllamette Valley.
The Coalition includes a wide range of organizations and jurisdictions who are working together in partnership toward the shared vision of creating a Willamette Falls National Heritage Area ...
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By reading and commenting on the Willamette Falls Heritage Area Feasibility Study, you can help the Willamette Falls Area become the first National Heritage Area on the West Coast of the United States. Simply click on the icon to access the Feasibility Study and click on the "COMMENTS" link to provide any feedback.
Learn more about National Heritage Areas and how to protect, enhance, share, and enjoy the region defined by the Willamette River between the mouths of the Tualatin River and Clackamas River.LEARN MORE
The Willamette Falls region provides many opportunities to explore the rich heritage of America's push westward in the 19th century ... LEARN MORE
Interested in participating in the effort to establish a National Heritage Area at the WIllamette Falls? The Willamette Falls Heritage Area Coalitionhas many opportunities for you ... LEARN MORE