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Friends of the Columbia Gorge Announces Nature + Nurture Photo Contest
November 12, 2019
Friends' fifth annual photo contest celebrates the connection between nature and the cultures and communities that make the Gorge a vibrant place to visit and live.
Endangered Turtles Brought to Their Gorge Haven
- By Stan Hall
How a collaborative effort led to a renewed chance for western pond turtle to make a comeback in Washington.
Columbia Gorge Climate Strike Week
September 16, 2019
The Gorge joins hundreds of locations, worldwide, calling for action to address the global climate crisis.
Friends of the Columbia Gorge Land Trust Earns National Recognition
September 4, 2019
Friends Land Trust to be honored at national annual Land Trust Alliance gathering this fall.
August 13 Hearing Set to Halt Illegal Mine in the Columbia Gorge
August 8, 2019
Unpermitted mining expands as Friends and neighbors present their case for the mine’s closure.
"Bingen Skyline" Painting Wins Friends' Ribbon at Maryhill Exhibition
August 5, 2019
Artist Lilli-anne Price wins inaugural Friends of the Columbia Gorge ribbon at Pacific Northwest Plein Air in the Columbia Gorge Paint-Off and Exhibition.
Oregon Supreme Court Invalidates Energy Council's Rules for Modifying Power Plants
August 1, 2019
The decision is also expected to terminate two long-pending energy projects.