The Hood River Watershed Group will present the results of the Odell Creek dam removal and stream restoration project Sept. 27.
Hood River County Forestry Department has scheduled a regular meeting of the Forest Recreation Trail Committee.
Why throw something away when it can be fixed? That’s the main question behind the Repair Café series.
Hood River Elks Lodge No. 1507 supports a number of local and statewide organizations, but this summer had the opportunity to do something it hasn’t in 25 years — send two local kids to camp.
Gorge Cohousing hosts a public presentation Oct. 21 with Charles Durrett and Kathryn McCamant, two leaders of the cohousing movement in the U.S. The event begins at 7 p.m. at Springhouse Cellars. There will be an additional two-day workshop Oct. 22-23. For more information or to RSPV, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.gorgecohousing.com.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued a $2,380 civil penalty to the City of Hood River for violating environmental standards at its municipal wastewater treatment plant.
Conifer trees are struggling in Oregon's recent drought streak.
An innovative arts-meets-ag project is now in place at Hood River FISH Food Bank garden on Tucker Road, in a collaboration with Hood River County students, and the Arts in Education of the Gorge, directed by Shelley Toon Lindberg.
Fire managers at the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area are planning a set of prescribed burns over the next few months as the region cools down with early fall.
A project to reduce the threat of rockfalls on the south side of Interstate 84, west of Hood River, gets underway Tuesday, Sept. 6. Work will last until next spring.
‘We know we dodged a bullet,’ Mosier mayor says during five-hour session in The Dalles
Perhaps just two or three years ago, Union Pacific Railroad’s plan to add roughly four miles of new track in the Columbia River Gorge near Mosier probably would not have sparked much of a fuss. But times have changed.
The Sierra Club and Latino Outdoors collaborated with local nonprofit The Next Door to offer a free, Spanish-language Latino Hike Leader training on Aug. 20-21. The training took place primarily on Indian Creek Trail and covered all the essential skills for preparing and going on a hike, as well as skills for leading groups in the outdoors
PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) — Cleaning up forest clutter might be good for more than just curtailing large wildfires in Oregon.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday proclaimed a state of emergency for 20 counties in response to multiple wildfires in Eastern Washington threatening homes, businesses, public infrastructure and natural resources. Inslee toured the Spokane-area fires Tuesday morning.
Union Pacific Railroad plans to build a second set of tracks east and west of Mosier, boosting the number of trains rolling through the Columbia River Gorge by five to seven per day, the railroad estimates.
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