This Saturday, June 2, 9:00am – 1:00pm.
Come on down to the Gorge’s newest launch site, Blackberry Beach, in Cascade Locks this Saturday for a great work party. After the huge success of last weeks Rowena clean up, we are stoked for this Saturday. This is a joint effort between CGWA, CGKA, OOPS, and the Port of Cascade Locks. We will be maintaining the windsurf launch, creating a kayak/SUP launch, clearing for a kite launch, and maintaining mountain biking trails.
Bring gloves and any tools you think will be useful.
After the work we will be having a BBQ with burgers, veggie burgers, and some fresh Columbia River Salmon for all the volunteers!
Watch this video for directions from Hood River. Blackbery Beach Directions
The CGWA and the CGKA have planned a work party as our first action as partners in the East Mayer Adopt-a-Park program.
Where: East Mayer State Park, Rowena, OR
When: Saturday, May 26, 9AM-1PM
What: Work Party. Come with a pair of gloves and any hand tools you think will be useful. We will have support from Oregon State Park rangers. Work will include sanding/finishing picnic tables, lawn maintenance, launch maintenance, etc.
Free coffee and snacks for volunteers generously donated by Rosauers!
(Sail and kite session to follow, of course!)
The CGWA and the CGKA have officially signed onto an adopt-a-park program for East Mayer State Park in Rowena, OR.
We are really excited to make this park the best windsurfing and kiteboarding launch it can be. Our first action will be a joint clean up party on Saturday, May 26. Show up from 9am-1pm, get some free coffee and snacks, and help us make the park look great. Sailing and kiting to follow, of course!
Our resident (work) party expert, Patrick Quigley, has got the first one planned for this Saturday, May 19th at the Hatchery.
(Windsurf: 1:00 – Sunset)
Bring some work gloves and whatever hand tools you think may be useful. Thanks for all the help and we’ll see you out there!
After much research and discussion the CGWA has decided to pass a resolution opposing new coal shipments through the Gorge. Check out what we came up with here:
More information on what you can do to help will be available shortly. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.
Also check out these great local organizations that are working hard on coal opposition
Buy your Event Site season parking pass by Friday, May 18th and save $10. Prices will jump up to $50 on the following Monday, May 21. Contact the Port of Hood River for more information and to purchase a pass.