Wednesday, Dec. 3, Join GO! for a Taste of the Gorge Terroir. Learn how the Gorge – known as “a world of wine in 40 miles – is emerging as a distinct, world-renowned wine-producing area. Even if you are not a wine drinker, you can discover a lot about the Columbia Gorge climate and geology . . . → Read More: December Sense Of Place: Taste the Unique Geology and Climate of the Gorge
Gorge Owned is currently hiring a Program Coordinator who works closely and collaboratively with the Executive Director and other staff to achieve the organization’s strategic goals related to promoting sustainable practices in the Gorge.
The Program Coordinator will focus on two main program areas:
GO! Solar: This is a pilot project launched in June 2014 . . . → Read More: GO! is hiring!
Grab your dancing shoes and join Gorge Owned for our first annual GOvember Party — a fun evening of local food, drink and music at Springhouse Cellar in Hood River.
GOvember is a chance for past, current and future GO! members to come together to celebrate our joint efforts to create a strong local . . . → Read More: 1st Annual GOvember Party Set for Nov. 14th
Wednesday, November 5th, spend an evening learning about the Columbia River Highway, now known as the Historic Columbia River Highway, with an expert from the Oregon Department of Transportation. Learn how the Historic Columbia River Highway, which became a National Historic Landmark in 2000, originally came to be and discover how it continues to be . . . → Read More: November Sense of Place: Learn about the Historic Columbia River Highway
Gorge Owned (GO!), Wet Planet Rafting and Kayaking and watershed planner, Jeanette Burkhardt are hosting a guided float down the lower White Salmon River on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Marking the kick-off of the popular GO! Sense of Place lecture series, the float aims to educate participants about the events leading up to the . . . → Read More: Gorge Owned hosts lecture and float on the White Salmon, Sept. 21
Join us Aug. 13, 2014 for “Wilderness, American Culture, and the Making of the Wilderness Act of 1964” with Mark Harvey at the Columbia Center for the Arts.
As we explore the vast trails around Mt Hood, Mt Adams and the Columbia Gorge, we often take for granted the creation of our national wilderness preservation . . . → Read More: Wilderness Sense of Place Lecture Aug. 13th
Gorge Owned is pleased to announce that, with support from Northwest Solar Communities, we will soon be launching GO! Solar!
GO! Solar is a new program designed to provide outreach and education to Gorge residents about the benefits of solar power with the goal of increasing the number of grid-tied residential solar systems in . . . → Read More: Seeking Solar Contractors
This month’s Green Drinks networking event, scheduled for Wednesday, June 11th, is brought to you by Viento Wines and Laughing Mountain, a small business collective housing several companies, including Nikol Angel LAc., Mary Lively, the Good Medicine Lounge tea house, Gorge Owned, Puddle Jumpin Cards, GO! Spaces and more.
Laughing Mountain is located at . . . → Read More: Laughing Mountain to Host Green Drinks June 11th
It’s almost Earth Day, which is the time to reflect on what we can do in our own lives to make a difference for the planet.
Many people don’t realize that one of the most important ways we can make a difference starts at home—with our indoor environment.
Unfortunately, indoor air quality is often overlooked. . . . → Read More: This Earth Day, Protect Your Environment Indoors
Join us on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, for The Clean Bin Project film screening at the Columbia Center for the Arts, 215 Cascade Ave., Hood River.
Is it possible to live completely waste free? In this multi-award winning, festival favourite, partners Jen and Grant go head to head in a competition to . . . → Read More: Earth Day film screening: The Clean Bin Project