News & Updates
Fiery oil train accidents heighten scrutiny of major Vancouver, WA rail terminal
April 11, The Oregonian - ...(F)ora planned terminal in Vancouver, a series of fiery oil train explosions has expanded opposition and heightened scrutiny of a project promising to be a bellwether for ...
New Gorge Commission Recreation Committee sees high interest from community
April 8, Hood River News - A new committee created specifically to address the high demands of the recreation landscape throughout the Columbia River Gorge gained ample attention from community ...
Ambre Energy again asks Oregon for permit delay on coal-trains-and-barges project
April 1, The Oregonian - Ambre Energy, the Australian company proposing to build a coal export terminal in Boardman, has requested another permit delay from the state of Oregon.
PRESS RELEASE: Northwest job creators urge Gov. Kitzhaber to oppose coal exports, reject Ambre Energy proposal
March 20, Power Past Coal - Business leaders and economic experts from Oregon and Washington today...called for a full economic analysis of proposals in the Northwest, citing the economic risks that ...
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Catherine Creek Stewardship #2
Saturday, April 26 - We are working to fully decommission sections of user-created trails at Catherine Creek. We will be using a variety of hand tools to loosen the compacted soils of the trail ...