Landslide Threat South Of Yakima Leads To Evacuations Near Rattlesnake Ridge
Across the Northwest, thousands of people attended Women’s March events over the weekend. Marches happened in the region’s biggest cities and much smaller towns and college campuses. Continue Reading Northwest Cities See Big Women’s March Crowds As #MeToo Looms Large
The U.S. Forest Service gave an update on the conditions of Columbia River Gorge trails recently, indicating that some of the most damaged trails “may take several years to reopen.” Forest Service employees and volunteers have been working since the fall to assess damage from the Eagle Creek Fire to more than 20 miles of trails.
Uncertainty reigns about what federal public lands will be open if the congressional budget standoff leads to a partial government shutdown. Closed national parks and forest campgrounds were among the most visible effects the last time the federal government partially shut down in October 2013. Continue Reading How Will A Government Shutdown Affect Public Lands?