Wildwood - fir, cedar, soil
Top: fir, citrus
Middle: balsam, cedarwood
Base: moss, soil, damp forest floor
The beloved Wildwood trail is the blood line of Forest Park and the source of inspiration for this company. It is the longest trail in the park, spanning an astounding 30.2 miles from the south (Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Oregon Zoo and Rose Garden), up to Newberry Rd. Every quarter mile is designated by a stenciled blue diamond on the bark of a tree, and is meant to signify "progress". Douglas-fir trees are the predominate vegetation in Forest Park, as well as western red cedar and hemlock.
Recyclable 13.5 oz glass jar 4.25"H, 3"D
Net Wt. 11 oz
Up to 60 hour burn time
Hand-poured natural soy wax blend, fragrances derived from natural ingredients & essential oils. Eco-friendly, ethically sourced & produced. Petroleum, lead, GMO & phthalate free. Naturally processed & sourced wooden wicks from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) that partners with Trees.org. All materials sourced in USA.
5% of profits are donated to the Forest Park Conservancy to help protect Forest Park's ecological health.
About the Trail: Wildwood can be accessed from many areas throughout Forest Park along the 30 mile stretch. The most popular starting points are the Vietnam Memorial (to Pittock Mansion), Lower Macleay (to Firelane 1), and Germantown Road (to Newberry Road).
GPS Coordinates: [45°30'47.4"N 122°43'02.8"W]
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