Preserve the Wonder

A campaign to ensure the wonder of the Gorge endures forever

Preserve the Wonder
Click on the image above to view a video about Preserve the Wonder. (photographer: Warren Morgan)


The Preserve the Wonder campaign is Friends of the Columbia Gorge's most ambitious land conservation effort to date, aiming to acquire and protect seven unique properties totaling more than 400 acres along the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge.

For over a decade, we have evaluated hundreds of properties and identified those with the most scenic landscapes, crucial wildlife habitat, and best recreational opportunities. Now, with the help of an active real estate market, conservation of these properties has become possible.

But we must act now. Each property is unique and important to the long-term conservation vision of the Gorge. If we miss this opportunity to preserve them now we may never get another chance.





Properties


Properties Map

Properties Map

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Steigerwald Shores | 160 Acres

Steigerwald Shores | 160 Acres

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Upland Oaks | 55 Acres

Upland Oaks | 55 Acres

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Cape Horn Vista | 58 Acres

Cape Horn Vista | 58 Acres

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Duncan Creek | 50 Acres

Duncan Creek | 50 Acres

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Turtle Haven | 64 Acres

Turtle Haven | 64 Acres

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Coyote Meadow | 10 Acres

Coyote Meadow | 10 Acres

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Lyle Peak | 25 Acres

Lyle Peak | 25 Acres

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Ways to Get Involved


Preserve the Wonder Hike Challenge

Preserve the Wonder Hike Challenge

This year's spring hike challenge highlights the qualities that make the Gorge a place of wonder and awe!

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May 18: Gorge on Tap - Washougal

May 18: Gorge on Tap - Washougal

Drink our new craft beer and learn more about the Preserve the Wonder campaign.

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Finding Wonder at Steigerwald
On the trail at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge, December 2016. (photos courtesy of Debbie Asakawa)

Finding Wonder at Steigerwald

Monday, May 1, 2017

Preserve the Wonder Campaign Co-Chair Debbie Asakawa writes of a magical winter day at Steigerwald National Wildlife Refuge. Read More