“Be There For The Gorge” Campaign Begins

Friends of the Columbia Gorge announced it is supporting the launch of Oregon’s Kitchen Table’s “Be There for The Gorge” campaign.  The planned six-week crowdfunding effort seeks to gather funds to help the U.S. Forest Service rebuild trails between Multnomah Falls and Angel’s Rest damaged in the 2017 Eagle Creek fire.   Friends gave $10,000 to launch the campaign.  According to U.S. Forest Service and partner experts, post-fire hazards seen during initial trail assessments have included smoldering stump holes, standing dead trees weakened by fire, and rock fall and debris flow across trails.  Funds raised by the crowdfunding campaign will help in mobilizing the needed experts and highly trained volunteers to work with federal and state agencies to repair trails in burned areas.  Those seeking to contribute to the “Be There for The Gorge” campaign can do so online at oregonskitchentable.org/gorge.

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