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Rediscover the Rivers in the Portland Metro Area

This bi-state project has identified 14 Lewis & Clark river-landing sites in the Portland-Vancouver area, and focuses on a wide variety of projects from signing to major trail construction. Still in the initial planning state, the goal of the Rivers Project is to link all the sites in both Oregon and Washington – an approximately 40-mile loop that includes the Columbia, Willamette and Sandy rivers. The first phase will implement minor improvements and install signage to identify and interpret the sites for visitors.

Link to the Rediscovery of the Rivers: Lewis & Clark Discovery Greenway plan (August 2002).


Barbara Allen, Executive Director, LCBO, (503) 768-7444

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Welcome to Nicht-yow-way View Download
Archaeology Alive in The Dalles View Download
Celebrate the Vision View Download
Experience the Trail View Download
“Rediscover the Rivers” in the Portland Metro Area View Download
Astoria: The “Little San Francisco of the Pacific Northwest.” View Download
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2003 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial in Oregon (LCBO) | Updated April 10, 2003