Today on the Land Use Trail: The Columbia River Gorge

Throughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, December 4: The Columbia River Gorge, home to dozens of waterfalls, several unique communities, and one of Oregon’s most special land use balances.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Crater Lake

Throughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, November 20: Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States and an icon of Oregon.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Astoria

Throughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, November 12: Astoria, a city with deep history and a bright future.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Corvallis

CorvallisThroughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, October 30: Corvallis, a sustainable city located in the Willamette Valley that’s been repeatedly recognized as one of the top 10 places to live in America.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Hells Canyon

Throughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, October 25: Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America, in a rugged and exceptional corner of Oregon.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Baker City

As fall sets in, we’re still visiting stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, October 15: Baker City. Founded in 1864, this stop reminds us why past generations came to out to Oregon in the first place: access to abundant natural resources, productive soil, and gorgeous landscapes.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Orenco Station

Throughout the year, we'll be featuring stops on our Land Use Trail. Today, October 7: Orenco Station, a transit-oriented community reminds us that public and private sector relationships have the potential to produce innovative, healthy, and successful neighborhoods.

Today on the Land Use Trail: The Metolius

Throughout the summer, we'll be featuring stops on our new Land Use Trail. Today, September 26: The Metolius River. The Metolius' cool water, remarkable headwaters, and majestic scenery have drawn people to its banks for over a hundred years.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Steens Mountain

Time for another visit to a stop on our Land Use Trail. Today, September 20: Steens Mountain. Formed by basalt and lava flows several millions of years old, and further carved by ancient glaciers; Steens Mountain continues to mesmerize visitors with its remote beauty, unique ecosystems, and dramatic gorges.

Today on the Land Use Trail: Banks-Vernonia State Trail

Throughout this summer, we'll be featuring stops on our new Land Use Trail. Today, September 3: Banks-Vernonia State Trail. Just outside of the Portland metro area, lies one of Oregon’s most unique multi-use trails, attracting many thousands of people and invigorating the local economy.

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