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How Oregon Passed a Historic Oil Train Spill Response Bill

How Oregon Passed a Historic Oil Train Spill Response Bill

August 22, 2019 - By Michael Lang

The Legislature acts three years after the Mosier derailment and spill.

Update on the Zimmerly Quarry: August 2019

Update on the Zimmerly Quarry: August 2019

August 22, 2019 - By Nathan Baker

Friends wins an important decision at Gorge Commission hearing, but questions remain about enforcement.

Changes "A-Boot" for Fall Guided Hikes Registration

Changes "A-Boot" for Fall Guided Hikes Registration

August 22, 2019 - By Kate Lindberg

The View Point Inn Saga Turns a Page

The View Point Inn Saga Turns a Page

June 27, 2019 - By Kevin Gorman

Friends and property owners cooperate on a development plan balancing historic preservation and the National Scenic Area.

How Much Love Is Too Much for the Gorge?

How Much Love Is Too Much for the Gorge?

June 19, 2019 - By Kevin Gorman

More voices are asking what's causing the congestion and what can we do about it?

Bipartisan Protection for Public Lands

Bipartisan Protection for Public Lands

June 10, 2019 - By Dan Bell

Stable funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund is great news for the Gorge.

Long-Term Effort Pays Off for Threatened Oak Trees in the Gorge

Long-Term Effort Pays Off for Threatened Oak Trees in the Gorge

March 28, 2019 - By Erin Middlewood

Thanks to Friends' decade-plus-long effort, a threatened patch of majestic Oregon white oak now enjoys federal protection.

The Shutdown: Unraveling the Tapestry

The Shutdown: Unraveling the Tapestry

January 28, 2019 - By Kevin Gorman

Executive Director Kevin Gorman on the effect of the government shutdown on the Gorge National Scenic Area.

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