Join Gorge Owned Wednesday, March 14, 7PM at Columbia Center for the Arts for “River of Hope – The Columbia: From Source to Sea,” the last Sense of Place Lecture of the season. Presenters include Peter Marbach, renowned landscape photographer and Gorge resident. Marbach will open the evening with a slideshow of his photos highlighting the the entire 1,250 mile stretch of the Columbia River and share poignant stories from First Nations and tribal members he met along the way.
The evening will conclude with Brigitte McConville, Warm Springs tribal council member, cultural anthropologist and board member at Oregon Historical Society ; DR Michel, Executive Director of the Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT); and Tom Shearer of Whooshh Innovations, inventors of a promising new fish passage technology. These panelists will discuss the economic, cultural, and environmental impact of a revised treaty that honors the rights of salmon and the people of the Big River.
GO Sense of Place
When – Wednesday, March 14, 7PM
Where -Columbia Center for the Arts, Hood River Oregon
Admission – Pay what you can; $10 suggested donation
More info: http://gorgeowned.org