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.
Ahead of an important hearing in Salem on March 13, push Oregon legislators to fully fund the Gorge Commission's budget.
The public is urged to take action today by March 1 and ask the Clark County Land Use Hearing Examiner to require a full environmental review for this proposed harmful mining project.
Once trained, Oregon Bee Atlas volunteers explore the state with nets and kill jars, collecting bees in natural landscapes like forests and meadows.
“Oregon’s future begins today, free of new fossil fuel power plants, which are dirty dinosaurs of a bygone era.”
Lowe’s winning oil painting—a piece capturing a summer sunset in the Gorge—was one of several Gorge plein air paintings recognized by Maryhill and partner organizations.
Creating her award-winning work “wasn’t just plein air painting; it was adventure painting," said Portland-area painter Janie Lowe.