Gorge on Tap in Vancouver
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Get an update on our advocacy and other programs at our quarterly event, Gorge on Tap. This event will be held in the Bridgeside Room at Warehouse 23. Food and drink will be available for order.
New member special:
- 7 p.m.: Introduction by Conservation Organizer Ryan Rittenhouse
- 7:05–7:25 p.m.: Oil Train Legislation and New Oil Terminal Projects by Conservation Organizer Ryan Rittenhouse - Washington passes oil train legislation while Oregon has the weakest oil train emergency response laws on the west coast, and new oil train terminals are threatening the Pacific Northwest. Find out what we are doing to change this.
- 7:25–7:50 p.m.: Steigerwald Habitat Restoration and Gorge Towns to Trails by Land Trust Director Dan Bell – Learn more about plans to breach the dikes on Friends’ property at Steigerwald to restore critical juvenile salmon habitat. Also learn more about how the project fits into our ongoing efforts to advance our Gorge Towns to Trails vision.
- 7:50–8:00 p.m.: Closing remarks by board member John Harrison.
Join Friends as a member or renew your membership 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.