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Reflecting on 18 Years of Work to Protect the Magnificent Gorge

Reflecting on 18 Years of Work to Protect the Magnificent Gorge

August 30, 2021 - By Peter Cornelison

A Passion for Painting & Gorge Preservation

A Passion for Painting & Gorge Preservation

August 26, 2021 - By Natasha Stone

Meet Elo Wobig—Friends’ 2021 Plein Air ribbon award winner.

Taking Education From Virtual Back to the Outdoors

Taking Education From Virtual Back to the Outdoors

August 26, 2021 - By Natasha Stone

One of Friends' outdoor education programs goes back outdoors with the help of a youthful, relatable "fish nerd."

A New Opportunity for Awe at Cape Horn

A New Opportunity for Awe at Cape Horn

July 28, 2021 - By Mika Barrett

A new property at Cape Horn offers real possibilities for increasing accessibility to serve residents and visitors beyond the customary Gorge hikers.

How the Lyle Hill Fire Affected Our Lyle Cherry Orchard Preserve

How the Lyle Hill Fire Affected Our Lyle Cherry Orchard Preserve

July 28, 2021

A report from our land trust on damage from the fire and what it means for the preserve's trails.

Challenging Energy Projects Threaten the Gorge

Challenging Energy Projects Threaten the Gorge

July 14, 2021 - By Michael Lang

Conservation Director Michael Lang: A legacy of stopping fossil fuel projects doesn't mean Friends is done working to challenge threats to the Gorge.

Friends Closes Lyle Cherry Orchard Preserve Due to Wildfire

Friends Closes Lyle Cherry Orchard Preserve Due to Wildfire

July 13, 2021 - By Dan Bell

The preserve is being closed due to the nearby Lyle Hill wildfire that broke out on July 12.

Heat Waves, Fireworks & Forests Don't Mix

Heat Waves, Fireworks & Forests Don't Mix

June 24, 2021 - By Kevin Gorman

As the climate changes, it is critical that all of us take extreme care and act as responsible stewards for our public lands in the Columbia Gorge.

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