Examples include: the creation of the Mosier Plateau Trail, a sustainable non-motorized trail to be built on Friends of the Columbia Gorge Land Trust land with direct access to the community of Mosier, Ore.
What does FOCG stand for?
FOCG stands for Friends of the Columbia Gorge (Oregon)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of FOCG
- Friends of Cloth Dolls (online community)
- First Order Conditional Estimation
- Friends of Children Everywhere
- Florida Outreach Childbirth Education Program
- Four Corners Environmental Research Institute
- Festival of Children Foundation (Costa Mesa, CA)
- Free Operating Cash Flow
- Frequency-Offset Cartesian Feedback (microwave theory)
- Friends of Capitol Forest (Seattle, WA)
- Friends of Covent Garden (UK)
- Federación Obrera Chilena (Spanish: Workers Federation of Chile)
- Filters Out Common Hashes (data processing software)
- Friends of Camp Hollis (est. 1999; Oswego, NY)
- Friends of Childrens Hospital (Jackson, MI)
- Friends of the Central Highlands (Kersey, PA)
- Fellowship of Christian Home Educators (Hernando, MS)
- Friends of the Center for Human Nutrition (American on the Move)
- Fiber Optic Cable Handling System
- Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park (Delaware)
- Friends of Claude Ho in Thyolo Association (Malawi & Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Friends of the Columbia Gorge (addressabove) will lead wildflower walks on May 2, 9, and 16.
The noise, traffic and pollution from a massive 600,000 square foot casino resort with an estimated 3 million visitors a year would simply not be compatible with Oregonians vision for the future of the Gorge area," said Michael Lang, a coalition member and Conservation Director for Friends of the Columbia Gorge.
of Interior, 202/501-4633 Brian Gorman, National Marine Fishery Service, 206/526-6613 Jurgen Hess, USDAFS, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, 541/308-1704 (a) American Rivers represents the following conservation groups: American Whitewater Affiliation, Columbia Gorge Audubon Society, Columbia Gorge Coalition, Columbia River United, Federation of Fly Fishers, Friends of the Columbia Gorge, Friends of the Earth, the Mountaineers, Rivers Council of Washington, The Sierra Club, Trout Unlimited, Washington Trout, and the Washington Wilderness Coalition.