• Women’s March

    Women’s March

    Hood River stand-in January 21, 2017 Many people in the world, the United States and the Pacific Northwest  participated in the Women's March [...]

  • Camino del Rio

    Camino del Rio

    “Currently, we are at a crossroads in our nation and the experience of the pilgrimage echoes in the hearts of those who seek social and [...]

  • News Notes

    News Notes

    News Notes from Columbia River Gorge organizations Settlement Aims to Slash Toxic Pollution from the Pacific Northwest’s Largest Dam January 19, 2017 (Portland, Ore.) —Columbia [...]

Women’s March

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

Camino del Rio

“Currently, we are at a crossroads in our nation and the experience of the pilgrimage [...]

News Notes

News Notes from Columbia River Gorge organizations Settlement Aims to Slash Toxic Pollution from the [...]

Plants and Ice

Your Favorite Plants and Ice by Jurgen Hess. In much of the Gorge [...]

Bag Ban Hood River

New Bag Ordinance in Hood River - Bring reusable bags to the store starting [...]

Happy New Year

Thank you for joining us on our journeys! We at EnviroGorge [...]

Tiny House

One Year in a Tiny House. Video and story by Miko Ruhlen. In mid-December, many [...]

Columbia River Dams and Salmon

Agencies  seek public input on 14 federal projects Upstairs in the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center [...]

Moving to Mars

Essay by Tina Castañares. Originally presented at: Rooted: Gorge Stories of Community, Creativity and Innovation, [...]

Sandy River Delta

By Susanne Wright. Eileen Wali and dog Lola admire recently planted trees [...]

Idle Time

By Miko Ruhlen. My younger son loves to backseat drive. Several weeks ago, I explained [...]

The Gorge

Defining the Gorge - Essay by Susan Hess. How to define the Gorge? Given that [...]