Gorge on Tap in Hood River

Gorge on Tap in Hood River

Thursday, March 14, 2019

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The Ruins
13 Railroad St.
Hood River, OR 97031
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Come early for dinner and stay to celebrate our recent victories against coal and oil terminals, meet board members and other supporters, and hear a presentation from Friends staff. 

6:30–7 p.m. | Doors open and socializing
7–8 p.m. | Presentation


Presentation Program 

Oil Train Safety Legislation by Conservation Director Michael Lang | Oregon has the weakest laws governing oil trains on the west coast. Find out what Friends is doing to change this.

Trail Blazing on Lyle Cherry Orchard by Gorge Towns to Trails Project Manager Renee Tkach | Exciting new trails are being built on one of Friends premier properties. Learn what is planned and in the works.

The Multi-faceted Work of Land Trust Stewardship by Land Trust Stewardship Coordinator Sara Woods | Learn about the various types of work Friends Land Trust does to steward its preserves. We’re not always in the weeds, sometimes we’re cleaning out a barn or even in a kayak collecting frog eggs.



New member special: Donate $20 or more at the event and you'll take home a Friends of the Columbia Gorge pint glass.

Gorge on Tap is a quarterly Friends event traveling to communities in and around the Columbia Gorge to provide an update on conservation issues and recreation programs.
 
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