Working toward Sustainable, Thriving, Connected
Communities in the Columbia River Gorge
Sense of Place is an annual lecture series that seeks to foster a deeper understanding of and connection to our landscape and to each other. The series began as a small gathering in 2010 and has since grown to attract nearly 1,000 people annually and speakers...read more
Gorge Owned is calling for nominations for the seventh annual Tod J. LeFevre Sustainability Champion awards.read more
RFP: Sustainable Impact Series
Gorge Owned is now accepting proposals for speakers, topics, and partners for our new Sustainable Impact Series launching Summer of 2018. Click HERE for more details.
Hear in the Gorge
When folksinger Woody Guthrie strolled into the Bonneville Power Administration in 1941, he played a song or two on his guitar, filled out some paperwork, and was hired by the federal government to write songs about dams on the Columbia River. And then, just as abruptly as it began, this odd-couple story came to an end.