Articles

Envirogorge 2017-02-06T21:52:32+00:00
  • If it smells bad, is it bad?

    By Valerie Brown. People who live in The Dalles are especially familiar with the smell of mothballs. Some may be so familiar with it [...]

  • Recycling for the Right Reasons

    By David Skakel, Program manager of Tri-County Hazardous Waste & Recycling Program. Originally posted at Association of Oregon Recyclers in September 2016.   Who knows? [...]

  • From Superfund to Poetry

    Kathleen Flenniken and Patricia Hoover will be at the White Salmon Library March 9, 6:30 p.m. A conversation about Hanford. Flenniken reads from her poetry [...]

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 snow and ice [...]

Water Rights – The Pretzel Logic

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

Kindness with Grace

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

News Notes – February

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

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 [...]