the largest New Deal agency. It employed 4,880,000,000 people. These work projects were highways, building construction, slum clearance, reforestation and rural rehabilitation.
One of the things they did was a lodge at Mount Hood. The Timberline Lodge was built in the late 1930 through the efforts of the WPA and the CCC. Workers used large timbers and local stone and carved decorative throughout the building. FDR dedicated it on September 28, 1937which was before it opened to the public five months later.