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  1. Stevenson

    Stevenson is the only city actually on the river waterfront in the National Scenic Area. The Stevenson Waterfront is “in the mountains” yet very accessible by car and only 40 minutes from Portland yet a world away.  Stevenson Landing at the Waterfront is home to…

    Location: Stevenson, WA
  2. The Cedar Creek Grist Mill

    In 1876, the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is one of the oldest operating original structures in the state of Washington.  The mill offers special events the last Saturday of June, July, August, September and October where employees press over 8,000 pounds of Washington apples into…

    Location: Hayes Road to Cedar Creek Road, 9 miles from Woodland, WA, WA 98674
  3. The Enchanted Alpaca

    This alpaca farm offers breathtaking views of a meadow set at the base of Mt. Adams, and the farm hums with life-giving, sustainable farming. Alpacas are a growing part of the agriculturally dominated Gorge, appearing in parades, downtown events, hospice and care-facility visits, and First Fridays!  The…

    Location: 314 Oak Avenue, Hood RIver, OR 97031
  4. Toppenish

    Dubbed “Where the West Still Lives,” Toppenish reveals its dramatic history through 70 murals, some up to 200 feet long, spread throughout the town. Hop on a horse-drawn wagon and hear a narrated tour. Visit the Northern Pacific Rail Museum, housed in the original 1911…

    Location: Toppenish, WA 98948
  5. Tumalo Farms

    Tucked in the triangle of Bend, Sisters and Redmond, Tumalo Farms is 84 acres of lush land with a beautiful backdrop of the Cascade Mountain Range. The high-desert climate offers crisp alpine-like air and a wonderful environment for raising goats and making cheese. The owners believe their farm…

    Location: 64515 Mock Road, Bend, OR 97701
  6. Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival

    The Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival combines internationally acclaimed jazz, blues, and pop musicians with local wines, fine artists from around the Northwest, and area restaurants. This Festival focuses on one of America’s most important and unique art forms: Jazz Music!  Some of the best–including: Preservation…

    Location: Esther Short Park, 8th & Columbia Streets, Vancouver, WA 98660
  7. West Coast Juniper

    West Coast Juniper and its showroom, The StoneWood Gallery, maintain a portfolio of expertly crafted juniper log furniture and lumber products for a variety of uses.  Using renewable, recyclable and sustainable local resources, 90% of all the products are made from Western Juniper. The logs…

    Location: 112 East Chocktoot Street, Chiloquin, OR 97624
  8. Wy’East Vineyards

    Wy’East Vineyard sits on 20 acres of gorgeous land with beautiful views. Naming their winery for the Native American word for Mt. Hood, the owners’  goal is to produce high-quality wines, manage a sustainable business, contribute to the economic vitality of the Columbia Gorge and…

    Location: 3189 Highway 35, Hood River, OR 97031
  9. Yamsi Ranch

    Yamsi Ranch is one of Oregon’s premier fly-fishing destination, but it is also a working cattle ranch that has found a way to use cattle management as a tool for conservation.  The world wants accountability from the caretakers of such a wonderful place as Yamsi.…

    Location: 30371 Williamson Road , Chiloquin, OR 97624
  10. Zenger Farm

    Zenger Farm is a nonprofit organization committed to sustainable food systems, community economic development and environmental stewardship.  Located on a 6-acre organic farm with a 10-acre wetland, Zenger Farm provides a wide variety of educational programs and service learning opportunities related to food and farming,…

    Location: 11741 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97266
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