I’ve traveled the length of the Columbia, and the big river just feels different near Astoria. Wilder. Transcendent, as the narrow confines open to meet the ocean. I believe the energy of this place inoculates its people with a fierce love of the river, and all she stands for. This force radiated when big corporations targeted the lower Columbia with several liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals over a decade ago.” ~ Brett VandenHeuvel, Executive Director, Columbia Riverkeeper

Cheryl Johnson, retired librarian, Brownsmead, OR: What the Bradwood Victory Means to Me

Laurie Caplan, Co-Chair Columbia Pacific Common Sense, Astoria, OR: Grassroots Power 

[Coming soon: short films]