Earth Day Oregon

We hope you will join us for Earth Day Oregon, Friday April 22.  Together, through collaboration and collective generosity, we will continue to support the annual Oregon tradition of raising awareness as we focus on stewardship and climate action.

We invite local businesses to become GEOs Business Partners.  If your business would like to collaborate, please contact us at info @gorgeecology.org

 

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You know our programs…..School, SECRETS, Rivers For All, OWL’s

But do you know our name?

Gorge Ecology Outdoors

With your support, GEO is empowering the advocates, change makers, stewards and scientists our planet and community needs to thrive.    Since 1996  over 25,000 students in the Columbia Gorge have been inspired to care for nature and our local community through outdoor experiences and education.    Without you, our programs wouldn’t be possible. You’re helping us create extensive opportunities for youth to get outside and connect with the earth. Please support kids in the Gorge by donating today.  

Happy Holidays!

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A $10,000 Matching Opportunity!

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! We’re 95% of the way toward our year-end fundraising goal! Every little bit helps so please consider making a contribution. Help us soar into the new year!

Provided by CoolFundraisingIdeas.net

You can click on the donate button to the right or send a check payable to Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute PO Box 1104 Hood River, OR 97031.

Read below to learn more about what your support will provide and how we used funds this year.

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Interview with Steelhead

More about CGEI

Click on the link above to hear Drew, also known as Steelhead, talk about CGEI and what brings him back every year.

SECRETS Volunteer Interview

Click on the link below to hear Sedge, also known as Paul Moyer, talk about why he volunteers with SECRETS.

SECRETS Volunteer Interview

“I believe we must help, in whatever ways we are able to offer future generations an experiential understanding of how amazingly wonderful this planet earth is.” – Paul Moyer