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Columbia River Gorge

Maxine Deschand, 6, left, and her mother, Brianna Deschand, walk through the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday. The refuge has proved a crucial habitat for the region’s endangered and threatened species, helping populations such as the Columbian white-tailed deer rebound.

Changes to Endangered Species Act could affect county wildlife

Maxine Deschand, 6, left, and her mother, Brianna Deschand, walk through the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday. The refuge has proved a crucial habitat for the region’s endangered and threatened species, helping populations such as the Columbian white-tailed deer rebound.

August 24, 2019, 6:02am Clark County News

The federal government announced it would change the way the Endangered Species Act is applied, making it easier to delist threatened or endangered species and allowing regulators to conduct economic assessments on potential lost revenue when deciding whether to protect a habitat. Read story

A truck that wets the road to keep down dust heads out of the Zimmerly gravel pit.

Gorge commission votes 11-1 against Washougal gravel mine

A truck that wets the road to keep down dust heads out of the Zimmerly gravel pit.

August 13, 2019, 7:27pm Clark County News

Overturning a previous decision, the Columbia River Gorge Commission took action Tuesday that could lead to shutting down a gravel mine outside Washougal. Read story