Ambitious campaign will protect 420 acres on the Washington side of the Columbia Gorge.
The Tesoro-Savage oil train terminal is officially over.
"The fire is out, the court has spoken. Now is the time to focus on the healing process to help the Gorge recover."
The lease for the controversial oil train terminal will expire March 31, 2018.
Today a coalition of nine conservation organizations, led by Friends of the Columbia Gorge, filed an appeal in the Oregon Supreme Court.
If built, the terminal would have transported up to 15 million gallons of oil per day through the Columbia River Gorge in dangerous oil trains.