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The Green River Gorge


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The Green River Gorge


 
 

Lisa Parsons Named as One of Three Finalists for Seattle’s

Cox Conserves Heroes Program

Public Asked to Vote

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Check out the Kiro TV interview with Lisa

 


Green River Gorge, The Power of Place

Conservation Photography Exhibition

Victrola Cafe Beacon Hill

3215 Beacon Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98144

Ongoing


Green River Gorge, The Power of Place

Conservation Photography Exhibition

Featured Artist

Tukwila Community Center

12424 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98168

Exhibition October—December 2017

Presentation November 12from 4 to 5pm

At the new Tukwila Library

14380 Tukwila International Boulevard
Tukwila WA 98168


Random Musings of a Backyard Adventure Girl

University Dreamclinic — New Seattle Massage

4519 1/2 University Way NE Seattle, Washington 98105

Exhibition June—July 2017


A River Carved Canyon Wilderness...

 

There is a rich history of conservation of the Green River Gorge. There are also individual stories of people who have a strong connection to this unique river carved canyon.  A shared passion whether as a local growing up here, a fishermen, whitewater boater, equestrian, hiker, conservationist, or explorer.

This website showcases the work of conservation photographer, Lisa Parsons, who has spent 17 years as an advocate for conserving this unique area. There are stories from those connected to the river and it is a documentary on the conservation history starting with the original efforts by Wolf Bauer in the 1960s.

I hope that the stories, history, and landscape capture your attention and draw you in to become part of the story and the vision for the future. 

 

All photography by Lisa Parsons unless specified otherwise