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April 22nd, 2017

April 21st, 2017

April 15th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: Backpack Cathrine Creek
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/10/2017
    Visit the dry, eastern part of the Columbia Gorge at Catherine Creek. If you are up for a somewhat strenuous climb uphill, you will be rewarded with wildflowers, views of the Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood, and a secluded campsite. Poison oak, ticks, and rattle snakes can be common in April, but well worth the risk to explore this beautiful area! You will leave early Saturday morning and return Sunday in time for dinner.
  • Image preview All Day: Edible Plants, Ethnobotany, & Waterfalls Day Trip
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/10/2017
    Spring on the sunny, dry side of the Columbia Gorge is amazing.  Learn to identify, as well as taste, some of the edible plants of the eastern part of the Columbia Gorge.  Learn about Native American uses of plants and trees.  Not only that, but learn about some of the poisonous plants you would want to avoid if you’re “wild foraging”!
  • Image preview All Day: Hike Opal Creek w/Matt Johnston
    Join art Professor Matt Johnston on a hike through the heart of Oregon’s rainforest at Opal Creek. This area has a rich history, which you will explore as you hike through Jawbone Flats mining camp and travel up the striking green waters of Opal Creek.

April 14th, 2017

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Backpack Cathrine Creek
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/10/2017
    Visit the dry, eastern part of the Columbia Gorge at Catherine Creek. If you are up for a somewhat strenuous climb uphill, you will be rewarded with wildflowers, views of the Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood, and a secluded campsite. Poison oak, ticks, and rattle snakes can be common in April, but well worth the risk to explore this beautiful area! You will leave early Saturday morning and return Sunday in time for dinner.
    until April 15

April 7th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: 21st Century Food Law: What’s on our Plates?
    The annual environmental law symposium this year will focus on important food related issues with panels on food labeling, food production and environmental/animal impacts, and food and health policies and ethics. Academics from across the country will write and speak on these topics, and their papers will be published in our ENVIRONMENTAL LAW journal. For more information contact elaw@lclark.edu. 

April 6th, 2017

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