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The Friends of Multnomah Falls (FOMF) are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the unique natural, scenic and historic qualities of Multnomah Falls while providing a memorable experience for our visitors.

  • 0.5 min readPublished On: October 11, 2022

    The Friends of Multnomah Falls Annual Dinner and Meeting will be held on November 14th at Heidi’s Restaurant from noon to 3PM. This

  • 0.2 min readPublished On: October 9, 2022

    Volunteers and members enjoyed the annual picnic at Guy Talbot State Park this past July, 2022. Thank you to the new board member

  • 0.4 min readPublished On: September 13, 2022

    On September 5th we placed a memorial engraved stone in the flower bed in front of the Multnomah Falls Visitor Center in memory

  • 0.8 min readPublished On: July 29, 2022

    We are happy to announce our new website for Friends of Multnomah Falls. You can also follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

  • 1.8 min readPublished On: June 5, 2022

    FOMF PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE by Kathy Collins Although the Gorge area, as well as the nation, has been facing extraordinary challenges due to

  • Friends of Multnomah Falls Volunteers Welcome
    0.6 min readPublished On: June 4, 2022

    NEW VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS WELCOME The Friends of Multnomah Falls organization is always looking for new volunteers who love The Gorge and enjoy

  • Multnomah Falls Waterfall Corridor improved access
    0.6 min readPublished On: May 24, 2022

    New in summer 2022! Timed Use Permits for federal lands adjacent the Waterfall Corridor. Permits are now available online 2 weeks prior

  • 0.9 min readPublished On: March 12, 2021

    Although the FS will be opening the Visitor Center at Multnomah Falls sometime in May, the FOMF volunteers will start their daily

  • FOMF Volunteer News
    0.4 min readPublished On: March 12, 2020

    Save the Date - July 17th The Annual All Volunteer Picnic will be held on July 17th, at Guy Talbot St. Park

  • 0.6 min readPublished On: March 12, 2019

    MITCHELL POINT TUNNEL The iconic tunnel constructed in 1915 was 390’ long with 5 arched windows and closed in 1953 because of