The Oregon Water Resources Department is on track to overspend its litigation budget by $1.3 million in the 2017-2019 biennium.
The Valais Blacknose sheep is a heritage breed native to the Swiss Alps.
Integrated Pest Management Plans are being done by OSU Extension Service for a range of crops, from
They’re not suitable for mechanical harvesting, but a grower and former fieldman says growers
A man has been sentenced to time served and two years of supervised release for his role in the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Within the past year, the El Niño effect has dissipated, and other longer-term climate cycles are shifting back toward a more average level.
Many banks refuse to do business with marijuana growers, processors and sellers because marijuana is still a controlled substance under federal law.
Locks at Ice Harbor and Lower Monumental dams, currently closed for annual maintenance, have delayed their return-to-service dates to March 25.
Ted Birdseye has lost animals to the predators, but is still trying to keep ahead of them.
Alexis Taylor, director of the Oregon Department of Agriculture, reflects on her first year on the job.
Prosecutors did not view the case as an instance of poaching, but rather illegal trapping.
The Oregon Farm Bureau is keeping a close eye on a new lawsuit filed March 13 by three environmental groups, which seeks to protect Chinook salmon and winter steelhead in the Upper Willamette River.
An Oregon winery has donated $6 million to bolster Linfield College’s interdisciplinary approach to wine studies.
A state agency has released a report that shows Portland faces mass casualties and billions of dollars in building damages if a massive earthquake hits off the coast