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OREGON FIELD GUIDE: Glacier Caves, Mt. Hood’s Secret World

Thursday, October 10 at 8:30 p.m.
Hidden beneath the surface of Mt. Hood is an ice cave hundreds of feet deep and 50 feet in diameter in some places. Explore what is the largest ice cave complex in the Lower 48, … Continued



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NextAvenue

  • Goodbye and Respect to Aretha Franklin
    If you thought the legacy of the late Aretha Franklin is all about her music, you only know half the story. While Franklin was the first female inducted to The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, won 18 Grammy …
  • The Power and Joy of Reconnecting With Old Friends
    So, old friends, Fill me in slow, old friends Start from hello, old friends. I want the when, where and how. Old friends do Tend to become old habit Never knew How much I missed you till now. — Merril …
  • Just My Type: From Typewriter to Computer
    In 1979, I took a job at The Wall Street Journal. After I had been working there for some time, they introduced computers to the office. While I was competent in my role, at my advanced age, (I was in …

EarthFix


  • How To Prepare Your Home For Wildfire

    More than 46 million homes in the U.S. are vulnerable to wildfire because they were built near forests or sagebrush. Here are some tips to keeping these homes safer from fire.

  • We're Putting More Homes On Wild Lands And In The Path Of Wildfires
    For people living in the “wildland-urban interface,” wildfire risk is the new normal, and the risk is increasing as more people move into places where cul-de-sac meets forest or sagebrush.  …
  • Wildfire Smoke Causing Poor Air Quality Across Northwest

    Public health officials are warning of unhealthy air across parts of the Pacific Northwest as smoke from wildfires move across the region.


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