A bill easing land use restrictions for Oregon cider businesses is making progress in the legislature with little opposition.
Joe Beach, the editor of the Capital Press, has also assumed the duties of publisher.
Worried about labor shortages and seeking to protect their workers, five Oregon agricultural groups
Tumbleweeds may evoke Old West nostalgia, but they are a scourge for wheat farmers in present-day Oregon
Multiple controversial bills related to Oregon agriculture have recently met their end, at least for the 2017 legislative session.
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A lawsuit filed by an oyster farm over allegations of insufficient dairy waste regulation iin Oregon's Tillamook Bay has been dismissed, but it's likely to be soon refiled.
The meeting was dominated by input on the Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan’s five-year review.
Most of the 100 million pounds of onions ruined in Idaho and Eastern Oregon this winter have been properly disposed of. Both states extended their normal deadline for cull onion disposal from March 15 to April 15 because of the logistical magnitude of...
Oregon’s government has agreed to drop several defenses against a class action lawsuit brought by counties that seeks $1.4 billion for insufficient logging of state forests.
A federal court has killed a large wind energy project in southeast Oregon after an appeals court found last year that the BLM had not properly assessed the winter population of greater sage grouse at the proposed facility near Steens Mountain
Two teens from the Sunnyside Environmental School witness field biologist investigate cow, calf killed in Wallowa County.
A public hearing April 21 in Klamath Falls begins what is certain to be a contentious rehash of wolves’ impact on livestock and wild prey.
Rancher Becky Hyde says the call is potentially devastating for irrigators.