Adventure and the West
This is, admittedly, a rather vague category that includes reporting
on Indian Country, whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, and the history
of the West.
For millennia, the ancient language of the Wasco tribe echoed throughout
the Columbia River Gorge. Today, only three people in the world
speak it fluently. Can a onetime forklift operator and single mom
save it from extinction?
Portland Monthly, May 2007.
Drowning out the
Fifty years later, remembering the death of Celilo Falls.
Portland Monthly, March 2007.
Blood on the
Review of The Deschutes River Railroad War by Leon Speroff.
The Oregonian, December 17, 2006.
Whitewater legend Val Shaull is facing the toughest challenge of
his career: a 9-year-old girl named Jodie.
Portland Monthly, September 2006.
Life and death on the Sandy River.
Willamette Week, July 2006.
Paiute artist Rena Beers weaves tradition into her cradleboards.
Travel Oregon, Fall 2006.
The Fisher King
Guido Rahr is on a mission to save the world--one salmon at a time.
Portland Monthly, June 2006.
in the Gorge
Two tribes battle for survival in the fight over the casino in
Portland Monthly, March 2006.
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