Portland Chapter’s Snowrider program is back in full swing for the winter season. The chapter has established a partnership with Mt. Hood Meadows ski resort to educate skiers and snowboarders on watershed issues. On January 6, Portland Chapter sponsored a tent at the “Next Snow Search” event – a search for the next generation of riders. Chapter members spent the day promoting the Snowrider message of watershed stewardship, as well as ongoing campaigns and programs. We also managed to sign up a number of new members and volunteers. Portland Chapter will continue to parner with Mt Hood ski resorts for the remainder of the winter season on upcoming watershed education and outreach events. If you’re interested in helping out, please contact Kyle Silon kjsilon@gmail.com. Also, Kyle is looking for a hand rounding up donations to raffle off at the mountain to raise money for the Portland Chapter’s water quality lab at West Linn High School. If anyone has any contacts please let us know!