The Friends of the Columbia Gorge ribbon was awarded to Mark Shasha of Swampscott, Massachusetts, for his painting "Tranquility."
Friends conservation organizer and Gorge resident Sofia Urrutia-Lopez gives her perspective on the data center proposed for the Gorge community of Cascade Locks, Oregon.
Friends gears up to defend a recent appellate decision that, if upheld on further appeal, will continue to protect farmland in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area now and into the future.
A spectacular trifecta of defeats for land-use violators in three different courts marks a watershed moment in the protection of the National Scenic Area from the illegal mining at the Zimmerly pit.
County's project denial follows trifecta of court losses for serial mining violators
Winning image of water, sun, and mist at Wahclella Falls captivates judging panel in Friends of the Columbia Gorge’s photo contest celebrating "Treasures in Hi-Res."
The Gorge Commission issued an important appeal decision that will protect Gorge farmland for future generations, just as Congress intended when it passed the National Scenic Area Act in 1986.
Carson, Washington, middle-schoolers receive a day of education and exploration on Gorge public lands.