Media Article for Lewis & Clark National Historical Park

Daily Astorian
The Daily Astorian

Land deal good for history, ecology

Lewis & Clark National Historical Park has been good for the environment It is good news when habitat is conserved and enhanced. It's especially heartening when conservation is linked to history. That was the essence of last Friday's story about 81 acres being added to the Lewis & Clark National Historical Park.

Daily Astorian Editorial | August 28, 2006

The Green Voice
The Green Voice

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Lewis & Clark National Historical Park runs their shuttle buses on a blend of biodiesel manufactured by the local school. A partnership was formed between Astoria High School, Sunset Empire Transportation District, the Port of Astoria, and the park, which results in 276 gallons of biodiesel made from waste vegetable oil generated in the local community.
The Green Voice, Summer, 2006

Daily Astorian

Impasse keeps Station Camp at bay
Lewis and Clark site stands stationary while a solution is sought-- Almost a year ago bulldozers began clearing the ground for what was to be a showcase attraction in the new Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. [more]

Last updated: September 28, 2017

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