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Changing Leaves, Changing Trail This Fall in Lyle

Changing Leaves, Changing Trail This Fall in Lyle

September 27, 2018 - By Renée Tkach

Gorge Towns to Trails Manager Renee Tkach reports on a trail extension in the eastern Gorge.

Gorge Forest Fires: Infrequent but Ferocious

Gorge Forest Fires: Infrequent but Ferocious

September 26, 2018

Experts: Past fires can help predict regeneration of forests

Fall 2018: Top Three Gorge Hikes and Tips Before You Go

Fall 2018: Top Three Gorge Hikes and Tips Before You Go

September 26, 2018

Before you head out on Gorge trails this fall, check out these tips and hike recommendations.

Collaboration Provides Sanctuary for Endangered Gorge Turtles

Collaboration Provides Sanctuary for Endangered Gorge Turtles

August 22, 2018

Friends bought the 64 acres in Washington known as Turtle Haven with the hope that the land would someday live up to its name.

Inspiring the Next Generation of Gorge Stewards

Inspiring the Next Generation of Gorge Stewards

July 26, 2018

A look at one of Friends' outdoor education programs.

Overcoming Barriers to Accessing Nature

Overcoming Barriers to Accessing Nature

June 21, 2018

A recently retired Oregon State Parks manager shares his passion for outdoors inclusivity.

Eight Questions: Recovering Gorge Trails

Eight Questions: Recovering Gorge Trails

February 22, 2018

Mika Barrett of Friends and Steve Kruger of Trailkeepers of Oregon talk about a new trails recovery collaboration.

Giving Thanks Through the Fire: Cascade Locks Strong

Giving Thanks Through the Fire: Cascade Locks Strong

November 16, 2017

How the Eagle Creek fire forged a new sense of community and purpose.

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