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New Senate Logging Bill Still Threatens Oregon's Forests

A new version of Senator Ron Wyden's O&C legislation is on its way to the Senate floor. It's important that Oregon's legislators hear loud and clear that Wyden's bill is the wrong approach.

Stop the Oregon Chainsaw Massacre!

The Oregon State Land Board is considering a plan to privatize the Elliott State Forest; that is, sell it to timber companies who have already pledged to clear cut the land. In the Coast Range near...
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Pacific Fisher
Nov 19, 2014 | Bridget Callahan
By Taylor Rudow The Pacific Fisher (Martes pennanti pacificais) is one of the rarest animals that inhabit the backcountry around Crater Lake. While the name immediately calls to...
Nov 17, 2014 |
Guest blog by Naseem Rakha Oregon's first winter storm was predicted to hit yesterday, and oh-boy, you'd think the sky was falling. Portland metro newscasters pulled out all their...