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Portland Tribune: 2021 Friends of the Columbia Gorge Photo Contest Winners

Portland Tribune: 2021 Friends of the Columbia Gorge Photo Contest Winners

June 1, 2021
In the Press

Portland photographer Dan Hawk claimed two top spots this year, along with six other shutterbugs.

Friends Presents "Outdoor Access for All" Virtual Discussion

Friends Presents "Outdoor Access for All" Virtual Discussion

May 27, 2021
Multimedia

View the video of the panel discussion.

Friends Premieres Gorge Wildlife Animations for Biodiversity Week 2021

Friends Premieres Gorge Wildlife Animations for Biodiversity Week 2021

May 21, 2021
Multimedia

In honor of Biodiversity Week in May 2021, Friends of the Columbia Gorge premiered new animations highlighting animal species living in the Gorge.

KXL-FM: Locals Take Spectacular Photos Of The Gorge!

KXL-FM: Locals Take Spectacular Photos Of The Gorge!

May 14, 2021
In the Press

Every year Friends of the Columbia Gorge hosts a photography contest and award prizes for several categories.

Dry Creek Falls Shot Wins Grand Prize in Friends' Sixth Annual Photo Contest

Dry Creek Falls Shot Wins Grand Prize in Friends' Sixth Annual Photo Contest

May 13, 2021
Latest News

Dan Hawk’s winning shot at Dry Creek Falls is a beautiful example of what decades of Gorge protection look like.

After Gorge Rescue, Friends Encourages Public Support of Search & Rescue Efforts

After Gorge Rescue, Friends Encourages Public Support of Search & Rescue Efforts

May 10, 2021
Latest News

"Volunteer search & Rescue units are always underfunded and when you need them, you really need them."

Friends Applauds Oregon Senate's Action to Address Bias Crimes on Public Lands

Friends Applauds Oregon Senate's Action to Address Bias Crimes on Public Lands

April 28, 2021
Latest News

"Ensuring equitable access for all Oregonians to state parks and lands benefits us all," Friends Executive Director Kevin Gorman stressed.

Columbia Insight: New Law Would Ban Bias Offenders From Public Wilderness

Columbia Insight: New Law Would Ban Bias Offenders From Public Wilderness

April 19, 2021
In the Press

An Oregon state committee approved legislation that safeguards the public from bias and hate crimes committed on public lands.

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