What is Gorge Owned?
We are a member-supported organization working to strengthen connections between the people, natural environment, and economy in the Columbia River Gorge.
The GO! Team
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Sense of Place Lecture Series
Now in its 5th year, the Annual Sense of Place lecture series continues to deliver interesting, meaningful lectures that bring us closer to the human and natural history of The Columbia River Gorge. Each lecture draws, on average, 200 people looking to build a greater connection with the place they call home.Learn More
GO! Solar is a Gorge-wide solarize initiative that facilitates the installation of residential solar systems in Hood River, Wasco, and Klickitat counties. Partnering with local contractors and suppliers, securing local lending options, and working with utilities, local government and nonprofit partners, GO! Solar equips Gorge homes with PV systems at a remarkably low cost.Learn More
Green Drinks is a monthly networking event for business professionals, community thought leaders and residents interested in making meaningful connections and learning about sustainability issues.Learn More
The GO! Local campaign is an ongoing initiative that educates consumers about the benefits of supporting local enterprises. Through coordinated events and marketing tools—including print advertising, an online directory, social media and the GO! Local Challenge—the campaign helps customers easily identify locally owned enterprises and creates opportunities for them to connect with one another, ensuring that more money stays in our local economy.Learn More
Green Home Tours
The Green Home Tour showcases cutting-edge homes in Hood River and surrounding towns that reduce energy and water use, incorporate solar photovoltaics and other renewables, and utilize green building materials. The self-guided tour includes about a dozen homes.Learn More
The Community Pride Cleanup event helps people in Klickitat County responsibly dispose of household waste. Each Spring, the Community Pride Cleanup involves contributions of labor, goods, services and money, from over 100 individuals who provide more than 425 volunteer hours on behalf of themselves, their businesses or their clubs and organizations.Learn More