Recent Staff Blog PostsMore green in wallets, less green in parksBlazers In FIBA World Cup: France Upsets Spain 65 52 To Advance To SemifinalsIt’s Vancouver Brewfest time!Soccer analysis earns blogger some recognitionSay ‘No’ to the Pasta PassMaking a racket: First week of prep tennisSmelt season to be proposedMcMorris Rodgers, highest ranking woman in GOP and mentor to JHB, accused by staffer of ethics violationsNorthwest football standings and schedule ( Week 2)Volunteers are needed in September to repair and improve Cape Horn trail in the Air Jordan Fusion 5 Columbia River Gorge and Quartz Creek trail No. 5 in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.Organized by the Washington Trails Association, the work on the Cape Horn trail will be Sept. 6, 11 and 20. A four day backcountry response Air Jordan 9s team effort is scheduled Air Jordan Future Sept. 14 17 on Quartz Creek trail.Volunteers at Cape Horn will meet at the park and ride lot at the junction of state Highway 14 and Salmon Falls Road in western Skamania County.The Quartz Creek outing is for experienced backpackers. The goal is to extend maintainance of the trail farther into the backcountry.Quartz Creek trail is a key route connecting Lewis River trail No. 90 with Boundary trail No. 1 in the Dark Divide Roadless Area. WTA began work on the trail in 2011 after years of deferred maintenance on the route. Wednesday at the state Department of Fish and Wildlife office, 2108 Grand Blvd.Habitat specialist Daren Hauswald will discuss projects at the Vancouver Lake and Shillapoo wildlife areas.The public is invited.Youth fishing event Sept. Sept. 8 at Carson National Fish Hatchery along the upper Wind River. with no Air Jordan 2010 registration after noon. It is open to anyone age 12 and younger. Two hatchery holding ponds will be filled with 1,400 rainbow trout. There will be a two fish limit.Educational activities and food concessions will be available. Fishing equipment, bait and fish cleaning will be provided. The hatchery is 14 miles north of Carson on the Wind River Highway.For more information, call 509 427 5905.Enhanced content includes trip planning tools, more multimedia, and other features. Seven million visitors use the site annually to make reservations at federal campgrounds and Air Jordan 13s other facilities.Research crews plan coho nettingASTORIA Research crews will be netting and tagging coho salmon in the Columbia River estuary as part of a study on run timing.The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has contracted with six commercial fishermen to use four beach seines and two purse seines to capture the coho.The netting will be on 28 miles of the Columbia from Sand Island to Jim Crow Sands through the end of October.