Dan Friesz

We Join the Battle Against Indigobush in the Columbia River Gorge

Sometimes invasive species get so out of control, only a large-scale coordinated attack will eliminate them. Such is the case with indigobush (Amorpha fruticosa) in the Columbia River Gorge. Originally planted as an ornamental, this bush has taken over many miles of shoreline in the Gorge—and that’s not good. Indigobush forms dense thickets along rivers…

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Kerry On
Before a levee was built, Kerry Island was intimately connected with the tides. Soon it will be again.