Voters in four states head to the polls for crucial primaries, millennial women hold the cards in the midterms and vape pens litter the landfill. Click to read your Evergreen Issues for Tuesday, August 14, 2018.
The 6.8 mile out-and-back trail up Tom, Dick and Harry Mountain is a steady climb, but any physical challenge will quickly be distracted by the views of Mount Hood, standing dramatically to the north.
The fall means sweaters, pumpkin-spiced everything and bright, crisp air. For those of you who are more interested in leaf crunching than leaf peeping, here are 5 half marathons across the country you should consider conquering.
A new plan for Keystone XL gets a positive review, Justice Ginsberg remains committed to the bench and a British physicist takes her mission to Wikipedia. Click for your Evergreen Issues for Tuesday, July 31.
EVERY TUESDAY WE BRING YOU ISSUES THAT IMPACT YOU AS AN OUTDOOR LOVING WOMAN. WHETHER IT HAS TO DO WITH CLIMATE CHANGE OR FEMALE EMPOWERMENT, WE SCOUR THE INTERNET, INCLUDING GOVERNMENT BILLS, SOCIAL MEDIA AND […]
Trump walks the abortion line, Hawaii moves to ban certain sunscreens and research shows how coffee drinkers get a boost in life. Every week, we break down the issues affecting the environment and women. These are your Evergreen Issues for July 3, 2018.
Evergreen Girls wine expert Grace Joyal breaks down four rosé wine to transport you to a different time and place this summer, from the comfort of your back porch.
Appeals court delivers major blow to environmentalists, women are under represented in medical leadership and Saudi Arabian women prepare to mark major milestone. Here are your Evergreen Issues for June 19, 2018.