Articles

Envirogorge 2017-07-13T18:30:15+00:00
  • Trash Tales: Paikea

    Essay by Susan Hess A tree house needs children. This spring Jurgen and I began planning how best to dismantle ours and move it to [...]

  • Relocated Raptors in the Gorge

    Max Peterson spotted a Red-Tailed Hawk April 16 soaring above the Columbia River near Hood River's popular water sport site: The Hook. He [...]

  • Wildfire and Wildlife

    As Columbia Gorge wildfires burn and expand to over 30,000 acres just west of me and smoke fills my town, my first instinct is to [...]

Trash Tales: Paikea

Essay by Susan Hess A tree house needs children. This spring Jurgen [...]

Relocated Raptors in the Gorge

Max Peterson spotted a Red-Tailed Hawk April 16 soaring above [...]

Wildfire and Wildlife

As Columbia Gorge wildfires burn and expand to over 30,000 acres just [...]

Gorge fires: Monday 9-11-17 Hood River

Mailboxes on Riordan Hill Rd. “I think it’s kind of [...]

Eagle Creek Fire. 9-8-17

As of Friday morning, Incident Command reported that the fire is 7 [...]

Fire insurance information

The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services provided information [...]

Gorge Fires Sept. 6, 2017

Eagle Creek Fire Complex. Wed. Sept. 6, 2017, 12:30 p.m. See info [...]

Eagle Creek Fire Tues. 9-5-2017

  Eagle Creek Fire.  12 noon. 9-5-2017 Tom Berglund, Public Information Officer [...]

Eagle Creek Fire updates

Eagle Creek Fire. Monday, 9-4-2017, 7:00 p.m.   Fire officicals have combined [...]

Eagle Creek Fire within quarter mile of Cascade Locks

Eagle Creek Fire, Monday. September 4, 2017, 1:30 p.m. The fire is [...]

Sign up to tour energy plant and landfill

Join the EnviroGorge Tour: Roosevelt Regional Landfill & Klickitat County Gas-to-Energy Plant [...]

Seed to Market: a Magical Lesson

By DC Ruhlen, Age 13. Selling produce with my brother at [...]

Why did the pasture-raised chicken cross the road?

David and Michelina Roth won the Jola's certificate! [...]

Competition for Water Heats Up

By Susan Hess. John Buckley stood at East Fork Irrigation District’s headgate [...]

Eclipsing Us – Essay

Essay and Eclipse graphic depiction by Jurgen Hess. My epiphany [...]

The White Salmon – a River in Transition

By Susanne Wright. “The river is a dynamic ever-changing system, its power [...]

A Mountain of Difference

Opinion Piece by Editor Susan Hess. Originally published in 2004 in the [...]

Knobby Tires and Wildflowers

In My Opinion: Essay by Susanne Wright. Pop the bubbly and light [...]

Take Me to the River

One of the only small areas of beach with legal access [...]

In the Beginning, There Was Dirt

Dirt Hugger in Dallesport, Washington, picks up where creation left off. By [...]

Trash Tales: Bra

By: Susan Hess I wish I had saved the bra. Dalles Mountain [...]

Climate Reality at Our Doorstep

By Arlene Burns, Mayor of Mosier, Oregon A Union Pacific Railroad train [...]

We Can Feed the World from the Gorge, but Can We Feed Ourselves?

By Kathy Watson. Feeding ourselves is a messy business. Food production is [...]

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