Oregon Gov. Kate Brown declared a drought emergency Thursday in Harney County.
The tribes say they want to protect shortnose and Lost River suckers in Upper Klamath Lake.
A clemency decision may be imminent for Dwight and Steven Hammond, two Oregon ranchers convicted of
A statewide inventory of Oregon’s wetlands has come under scrutiny for regulatory impacts to
Environmental groups are suing to stop a logging project in the Umpqua National Forest to protect a species of rodent called the red tree vole, which serves as prey for the threatened northern spotted owl.
Population growth in Oregon has brought more humans into contact with the big cats.
More, and earlier, activity noted this year, extension educator says.
Oregon Aglink has announced it will move its annual Denim and Diamonds auction and dinner from Portland to Salem.
The Pacific Northwest fresh, sweet cherry forecast is down 22.7 percent from last year’s record crop due to poor blossom pollination in the spring. It should mean better prices and the industry is hoping for a turnaround on Chinese tariffs.
A lawsuit filed by Townsend Farms of Fairview, Ore., claims a California nursery caused $2.5 million in damages by delivering the wrong cultivar of strawberry plants.
Regulatory problems at Lost Valley Farm, a controversial Oregon dairy, prompted a recent legislative hearing about the situation.
“Farming was his life,” his son says of Don Kruse.
The potential for marijuana cultivation doesn’t render a property with poor soils suitable for agriculture, according to Oregon’s Land Use Board of Appeals.
Lost Valley Farm allegedly started violating its environmental and agricultural permits within months of opening.