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Collaboration Furthers Safety Planning at Beacon Rock

Collaboration Furthers Safety Planning at Beacon Rock

May 17, 2021 - By Renee Tkach

Our partnership with Washington State Parks at Beacon Rock demonstrates the cooperative approach that has been successful for Friends throughout the Gorge.

Dog Mountain Trail Update

Dog Mountain Trail Update

May 14, 2021 - By Renee Tkach

Due to its popularity, permits are required to access Dog Mountain Trail.

How We All Can Help Support Gorge Search & Rescue Teams

How We All Can Help Support Gorge Search & Rescue Teams

May 12, 2021 - By Kevin Gorman

Volunteer Search & Rescue teams from the Six Scenic Area counties are a crucial part of safety net of first responders that we all depend on.

Connecting Land, Connecting Communities

Connecting Land, Connecting Communities

April 22, 2021 - By Dan Bell

Friends joins "Oregon I Am" campaign to encourage Oregonians to safely connect with each other in a collective celebration of the land and communities across the state.

Facing the Facts Around Nature and Ourselves

Facing the Facts Around Nature and Ourselves

April 22, 2021 - By Greg Delwiche

Earlier this month, the Oregon State Senate Energy and Environment Committee amended and approved Senate Bill 289.

Impressive Action on Climate

Impressive Action on Climate

April 22, 2021 - By Peter Cornelison

Friends of the Columbia Gorge and it’s allies continue to notch impressive climate victories.

Strengthened by Disruption

Strengthened by Disruption

April 15, 2021 - By Kevin Gorman

How has Covid both strengthened and changed the Gorge? Join us for our annual meeting on April 18 to learn more.

Friends Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge

Friends Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge

April 7, 2021 - By Natasha Stone

Friends launches second annual Spring Gorge Haiku Challenge for National Poetry Month and International Haiku Poetry Day (April 17).

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