Portland General Electric is hosting an open house in downtown Portland to promote their proposed Cascade Crossing project. This 209 mile energy transmission corridor spans from Boardman, Oregon to the Salem area, and traverses private land as well as both the Willamette and Mt Hood National Forests. Join Bark at the open house on Tuesday, and make sure PGE knows we think this project is a bad deal for ratepayers and our public forests. |
Tuesday, March 13th, between 4PM and 7PM (stop by any time)
Plaza Conference Room, Two World Trade Center
121 S.W. Salmon Street, [Portland, OR]
Find us there for questions or ideas about what you can say to PGE.
The video is an excerpt from the August 2010 Bark Hike to existing Portland General Electric (PGE) transmission lines near Mt. Hood in order to familiarize folks with what the proposed PGE Cascade Crossing Energy Corridor will look like.
Hike to Energy Corridor
See you there! Contact Bark with questions at 503-331-0374. bark-out.org