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Impressive Action on Climate

Impressive Action on Climate

April 22, 2021 - By Peter Cornelison

Friends of the Columbia Gorge and it’s allies continue to notch impressive climate victories.

Strengthened by Disruption

Strengthened by Disruption

April 15, 2021 - By Kevin Gorman

How has Covid both strengthened and changed the Gorge? Join us for our annual meeting on April 18 to learn more.

Friends Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge

Friends Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge

April 7, 2021 - By Natasha Stone

Friends launches second annual Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge for National Poetry Month and International Haiku Poetry Day (April 17).

Plan Your Visit to the Columbia Gorge at ReadySetGorge.com

Plan Your Visit to the Columbia Gorge at ReadySetGorge.com

March 19, 2021

Friends' partner website offers trail and travel tips to help you plan and prepare for your trip to the National Scenic Area.

A Diamond in the Rough at Catherine Creek

A Diamond in the Rough at Catherine Creek

January 28, 2021 - By Dan Bell

Land Trust director Dan Bell tells how a critically important conservation acquisition happened, and what is planned for the preserve at Catherine Creek.

Rick Ray and Anne Philipsborn: Gorge Protectors with Deep Roots

Rick Ray and Anne Philipsborn: Gorge Protectors with Deep Roots

January 26, 2021 - By Pam Davee

When Rick Ray first became a Friends member in 1982, it was just the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship, which has continued nearly 40 years.

Prepare and Take Care When Visiting the Gorge This Winter

Prepare and Take Care When Visiting the Gorge This Winter

January 25, 2021

Guest blog by Emily Reed of Ready, Set, GOrge!

Eagle Creek Trail Rises From the Ashes

Eagle Creek Trail Rises From the Ashes

January 8, 2021 - By Kevin Gorman

“It’s never coming back," Executive Director Kevin Gorman thought when the Eagle Creek fire was raging. He was wrong.

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