Community is the heart of Trajectory. 

      There are no jobs, no schools, no culture, and no city without a community supporting it.  We believe in supporting the community in many forms.  Currently, Trajectory is focused on public education through articles, traveling presentations, and local community events. During two years of community research, we found one thing binds all lovers of the Oregon forest... Hikers, Foresters, Students, Fisher/Hunters, Environmental Stewards, and more all tend to be inherently supportive communities. 

Our specialty is in public education, training programs, and celebrations, but who knows what we might be able to help you out with. Shoot us an email if you have an idea or suggestion. Maybe we can arrange an educational tour for your Home School Group, maybe we can help your kids get into outdoor activities, maybe your nonprofit needs help from ours. It doesn't hurt to ask.

Trajectory Scholarship Dinner

April 27th, 2024 

Edgefield Ballroom

2126 SW Halsey St, Troutdale, OR 97060

5:30 pm Doors Open

Cocktails/Silent Auction

6:30 pm Dinner Served

7:00 pm Live Auction

Trajectory is Connecting Communities through Sustainable Forestry. We do this by brokering relationships between k-12 education and Professionals in Forestry and Related Sectors... Our youth currently have limited access to careers in natural spaces and the public has become disconnected from what happens in our woodlands. With your help, Trajectory is tying it all back together!

Sandy Invitational    Chainsaw Carving

August 26th, 2023 8:00 am - 6:00 pm 

Mt Hood Farmers Market

38600 Proctor Blvd, Sandy, OR 97055

 Come celebrate Timber Culture in the middle of town! Watch as a dozen Oregon artists are pitted against each other in an all day Judged  Carving Competition. 

Byron Ball Forest Clean Up

UPDATED Time: March 18th, 2023 10:00 am - 1:00 pm 

Enterance of the Byron Ball Forest near the 

High School Baseball and Soccer Fields.

Join Natural Resource Management Teacher, Paul Felstiner, on March 18th at 10:00 am to clean up the forest. Raking trails, trash removal, storm debris/fuel load collection, etc. Tools and bags will be provided. We will have a few sets of gloves to hand out but please bring your own if capable.

Sandy High School Forestry Club (Ongoing)

3:15 pm to 4:45 pm Thursdays

1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursday of each month 

 Byron Ball Forest "Timber Field" 

(Near High School Baseball and Soccer Fields.)

Career Development Events in the Forestry Field 

based on Future Natural Resources Leaders (FNRL) standards.

*Must be SHS Student to attend.