Articles by Lizzie Keenan

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Connecting with the Gorge: Mosier Plateau Trail

July 4th, 2016

Fivemiles east of Hood River and 16 miles west of The Dalles sits the town of Mosier. Though it hasa population of…

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A Lesson in Adventure on the Rogue River

June 1st, 2016

At the base of Oregon’s Table Rocks rushes the explosive and bountiful Rogue River. Known for abundant salmon runs,…

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Riding the Post Canyon Trails

February 22nd, 2016

The Post Canyon Bike Trail System in Hood River is a must-visit attraction for locals and visitors alike. Whether you…

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Oregon’s Native Olympia Oyster

September 10th, 2015

Off the beaten path, just south of Oceanside, lives Netarts Bay. Spanning seven miles of Oregon coastline, Netarts…

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Table Rocks

July 9th, 2015

What do the dwarf wooly meadowfoam and fairy shrimp have in common? They both live atop the Southern Oregon volcanic…

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Oregon’s First Whitewater Surf Park

February 23rd, 2015

Kayakers everywhere are barrel rolling for joy at the news that Bend Whitewater Park opened on the Deschutes River. The…

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Camas Country Mill and Schoolhouse

February 11th, 2015

For over 125 years, the Lower Fern Ridge School has stood on the outskirts of Eugene, playing the role of schoolhouse,…

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The Human Access Project

December 22nd, 2014

Will Levenson has a very clear image in his mind of what kind of city he wants to live in, a city that is in love with…

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The Jupiter Hotel

December 12th, 2014

What does tourism mean to Al Munguia, the General Manager of the Jupiter Hotel in Portland? It means two things. …

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About Author Lizzie Keenan

Lizzie Keenan is the Marketing and Communications Manager for Sustainable Travel International. She spends her days working closely with destinations and tourism businesses around the world to help them bring their stories of sustainability to life. As a California native, Oregon is a new and exciting playground for her to explore. You can often find her running through the streets of Portland, stopping for “mandatory” breaks at her favorite food carts and coffee shops to fuel up.

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