Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer wants to hear from the public by Jan. 7 about outlined concepts for added protections and enhancement to the Gorge and Mt. Hood National Forest.
Through spring and summer and during rain or heat, volunteers have sustained stewardship progress through a year of limited engagement.
Land Trust Director Dan Bell gives an update on the collaborative work resulting in the restoration of a crucial Columbia River floodplain.
The Mitchell Point Tunnel project is one of three projects that remain to fully connect the Historic Columbia River Highway.
Dams and climate change threaten steelhead and salmon.
Camas-Washougal Community Chest and Vic Clausen Youth Education Fund partner with Friends in ongoing Gorge outdoor education efforts.
As the National Scenic Area turns 35, Executive Director Kevin Gorman pays tribute to one of his predecessors, who as a young man helped get the Scenic Area legislation over the finish line.
On the 35th anniversary of the date the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act was signed into law, we look back into Friends' archives for reaction to the momentous occasion.