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A visual journey through Portland’s Japanese garden.
Japanese Garden Photo Essay
A teenager is flying gliders before he’s old enough for a drivers license.
Clint Surplus trains horses in a style dating back more than 500 years.
Meet the brave man who maintains the outhouses along the Deschutes River.
Deschutes River Poo Patrol
The robots are coming … to pick Northwest apples!
A surf camp for tribal members along the Oregon coast.
Ever wonder what makes a gemstone sparkle? It’s all in the faceting!
A remote workshop offers custom ski making.
An Oregon ‘space balloon’ could reveal the secrets to successful Mars landings.
Photo Essay of Oregon’s Painted Hills, by photographer Brandon Swanson.
Painted Hills Photo Essay
Ryan Neil captures the West's rugged landscape in bonsai form.
As the once polluted Willamette River has grown cleaner, new problems arise.
A good cleansing rainstorm in the Wallowas turned out to be one photographer's delight.
Wallowa Rain Photo Essay
Two sisters take over the family business at the Stangel Bison Ranch in Enterprise, Oregon
A small group of growers are betting the farm that olive oil might be Oregon’s new pinot.
Getting into painfully cold water has become a way of life for Ivana Maclay.
Open Slopes PDX is making skiing and snowboarding more welcoming to BIPOC people in Oregon
The family run Yoder Mill has been operating in Clackamas County since the 1800's.
A storybook Christmas comes to life as this small-town, all-volunteer railroad fires up th
Sumpter Valley Railroad
Citizen-scientists trek into the North Cascades in search of the elusive wolverine.
Cascades Wolverine Project
Dan Finn crafts the iconic trail signs found throughout our national parks.
Trail Sign Maker
Katie Stearns leads a new generation in the ancient art of mounted horse archery.
In eastern Oregon, scientists enlist the help of beavers in an effort to save salmon.