The Eagle Creek fire has closed most trails from Wyeth to Troutdale.

We are Friends of the Columbia Gorge, the only non-profit organization dedicated entirely to ensuring that the
beautiful and wild Columbia Gorge remains a place apart, an unspoiled treasure for generations to come.

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Friends’ conservation work is driven by members, volunteers, and activists. There are many ways to join our community of Gorge enthusiasts. Here are some ways to get started:

Photo Contest Winners and Honorable Mentions

Photo Contest Winners and Honorable Mentions

See inspiring examples of the Gorge's beauty and wonder.

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Why Post-Fire Logging Is Wrong for the Gorge

Why Post-Fire Logging Is Wrong for the Gorge

Rep. Walden's bill could undo over a century of Gorge forest protection.

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Sign Up for Gorge Trails Recovery Team

Sign Up for Gorge Trails Recovery Team

Four non-profits have partnered to offer a series of stewardship and trail building work parties.

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Giving Thanks Through the Fire: Cascade Locks Strong

News & Updates

Giving Thanks Through the Fire: Cascade Locks Strong
Thursday, November 16, 2017

How the Eagle Creek fire forged a new sense of community and purpose. Read More

After the Smoke Clears: Troutdale Forum

Events

After the Smoke Clears: Troutdale Forum
Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Educational forums how you can help support forest recovery in the Gorge. Event Details