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Outdoor Education Roundup: Bringing Students to the Gorge

Outdoor Education Roundup: Bringing Students to the Gorge

An update on how we educate the Gorge protectors of tomorrow.

160-Acre Purchase = 900-Acre Restoration!

160-Acre Purchase = 900-Acre Restoration!

Behind the scenes at Steigerwald Shores, the crown jewel of Friends' land campaign.

Shuttle, Trail Volunteers Ease Dog Mountain Congestion and Stress

Shuttle, Trail Volunteers Ease Dog Mountain Congestion and Stress

Friends of the Columbia Gorge partners with U.S. Forest Service to create better hiking experience.

Friends of the Columbia Gorge Announces Sixth Annual Hike Challenge

Friends of the Columbia Gorge Announces Sixth Annual Hike Challenge

This spring's Preserve the Wonder hike challenge highlights the many wonders of the Gorge.

North Bonneville: Building Trail Dreams from the Bottom Up

North Bonneville: Building Trail Dreams from the Bottom Up

Town strives to spread community trails to a wildlife refuge, state park and neighboring town of Stevenson.

2016 Volunteers of the Year: Don and Alona Steinke

2016 Volunteers of the Year: Don and Alona Steinke

Conservation Organizer Ryan Rittenhouse remarks on activists' inspiring work on behalf of the Gorge and the planet.

Pianist Greg Lief Volunteers Beautiful Music to Protect the Gorge

Pianist Greg Lief Volunteers Beautiful Music to Protect the Gorge

Creative volunteerism is pianist Greg Lief's legacy for the Columbia Gorge.

Here's What You Made Happen for the Gorge in 2016

Here's What You Made Happen for the Gorge in 2016

As the sun sets on the year, take a look at the fruits of your support.

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