Articles

Envirogorge 2017-06-01T19:40:48+00:00

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 [...]

Test Your Food IQ

Gorge Scientists Part 3: Sara Woods

“My favorite part of my job is that I am [...]

Tiny House Part 2

  One Year in a Tiny House Part 2 - Video and [...]

Earth Day: White Salmon

Jurgen Hess doing outreach for EnviroGorge at the Science Fair in [...]

Lawn Alternatives

Workshop and fundraiser for EnviroGorge - Saturday May 20, 2017  9:00-11:30 a.m. [...]

Green Investing in Your Community

“Investing in your own town instead of the stock market -- it [...]

Gorge Scientists Series Part 2: Cathy Flick

Cathy Flick and Bird Banding Part 2: Gorge Scientists. Highlighting scientists who [...]

Got Waste?

By Susanne Wright. ON MAY 1, A NEW WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAM BEGINS [...]

Science is Real

Essay by Tina Gallion. A few days before the Portland Women’s March, [...]

Gorge Scientists Part 1: Tim Counihan

Part 1 of a series profiling Gorge Scientists highlights Tim Counihan of [...]

Spotting Peregrine Falcons

My son asked me yesterday, “Do you know which is faster a [...]

Recreation and Events

SPRING IS IN THE AIR. People are out hiking in the Columbia [...]

If it smells bad, is it bad?

By Valerie Brown. People who live in The Dalles are especially [...]

Recycling for the Right Reasons

By David Skakel, Program manager of Tri-County Hazardous Waste & Recycling Program. [...]

From Superfund to Poetry

Kathleen Flenniken and Patricia Hoover will be at the White Salmon Library [...]

Scenic Area Plan Review

“No Wind Turbines.” “Need jobs other than tourism.” These were two comments [...]

Ready, Set, Bag!

“Right now we are already out of plastic bags, but we aren’t [...]

Dams Do Not Last Forever

Removing the Odell Creek Dam “The big picture [...]

Count the Birds!

This winter was hard on the Columbia River Gorge's native birds. With [...]

Water Rights – The Pretzel Logic

By Valerie Brown.  By 2100 there will be next to no glaciers [...]

Kindness with Grace

Essay by Susan Hess. Dwight. Tall, thin, a bit frail. I guessed [...]

News Notes – February

CFC Climate Resilience. Hood River impaired rivers. Event listings. Cascade Forest Conservancy [...]

Women’s March

Hood River stand-in January 21, 2017 Many people in the [...]