Fund Created for Fallen Forest Defender

Ethan Ethan Wyatt Braden was passionate about protecting the Cascade Forests. To honor his memory and fight for this cause, a new fund has been created in his name. All proceeds will be donated to the organizations he was directly working with at his time of passing. Help keep his memory alive by doing your part to save this beautiful part nature. Thank you. Click here to contribute to the Ethan Wyatt Braden Cascadian Forest Fund

Ethan Braden passed away in Eugene, OR on July 5, 2012. He was 17 years old. 
Ethan was born in Sacramento, CA on December 2nd, 1994. The son of Sandy Clover, he lived across the US, but for the past 6 years, his home was in Alden, where he attended Alden-Conger High School. 

Ethan was the type of person you would meet once and never forget. He had a unique but great sense of humor and marched to the beat of his own drum. He enjoyed reading, the zodiac, horoscopes, music, animals, and keeping up with politics. He was involved in activism, participating in the Cascadian Forest Defenders. 

He is survived by his mother, Sandy Clover; sister, Chloe Braden; Brandon Jukulen, and many other loving relatives and friends.

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