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Farm Land & Family Farms, Clean Water
Fresh Air, Livable vibrant Communities

If you care about

in the Hood River Valley

Color photo: Darryl Lloyd
Courtesy of the History Museum of Hood River County
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To protect land and liveability

Our Mission
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Cell Tower Ordinance

HRVRC working with County on New Code

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Pictured here in 1900s.
See our comments & letter to the editor.
Dee Tour Amphitheater Proposal
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HRVRC helps County Get Funding
Punchbowl Falls Nature Park
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Grant Proposal Redirected

Barrett Park

Recent News and Issues

Our Mission

The mission of the Hood River Valley Residents Committee is to protect Hood River Valley's farm and forest land and the livability of its cities and rural communities through advocacy, education and monitoring land use processes and decisions.

be a part of the community

HRVRC is a 501(c)3 non-profit funded largely by individual donations. In the summer of 2006, HRVRC hired its first executive director in 30 years of operation. Having staff is a tremendous help. However, it means we financially rely on our members more than ever. read more...

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HRVRC sends out two paper newsletter per year and periodic e-newsletters.

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Ninety percent of our members are residents of Hood River County. They are a diverse group, but what they have in common is the desire to protect our resource land and promote livability by upholding Oregon's bold land use system.

Facts about our Organization

and our area

Member Families
interested in sustainable growth
Percent of our Members
are residents of Hood River County
Million agricultural dollars
Brought in yearly to Hood River County.
Percent of all US Winter Pears
are grown in hood river county