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[In the Media] Our Powerdale Project in the Hood River News

Columbia Land Trust will remove 2,600 feet of  decaying steel pipe along the Hood River while leaving the trail section of the pipeline intact. It’s a beautiful thing when restoration work can happily coexist with public and recreational access. Read more in the Hood River News.

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Thrillers: Native Lilies Can Show Land is Healthy

A late bloomer, the green banded mariposa lily (Calochortus macrocarpus ) thrills when it finally emerges. The purple-pink petals pop against the sandy hues of the arid western landscapes that are its preferred habitat. Those who happen upon one are stopped in their tracks….as Stewardship Coordinator Emily Matson was this July 19 on the Rowena…

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100 Days a Year Fishing? Yep. How the Hood River Made One Man’s Life

Ask Greg Short what he does for a living and he won’t answer with the title of his job (maintenance manager at Heirloom Orchards). Instead he answers with his passion. “I’m a sportfisherman,” Short says. “It’s not a side hobby. It’s a huge part of my life.” Last year, Short spent nearly 100 days fishing.…

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