Hiroshi Morihara of Gresham, Ore., is ready to license a biomass fuel technology that could reduce the fuel load in forests and perhaps bring jobs to rural areas.
The 2016 Idaho-Eastern Oregon onion crop was a quality one and size profiles are larger than normal,
Threemile Canyon Farms defends its management practices at Columbia River Dairy, the state's largest
The Climate Prediction Center's seasonal outlook forecasts a winter influenced by cooling ocean temp
Oregon water regulators seek $3 million to deal with groundwater concerns.
A Western Governor's Association initiative brings state, federal, local and industry leaders together to seek solutions to improve forest and rangeland management.
The new president of an organization that helps Western sheep ranchers obtain foreign H-2A workers says reforms enacted a year ago haven't succeeded in boosting interest in herding jobs among domestic workers.
An Oregon company making fuel pellets from forest biomass says they are a clean, "drop-in" replacement for coal.
A settlement appears possible in a Clean Water Act lawsuit against an Oregon farmer.
A full irrigation allotment for the first time in four years has helped farmers in Oregon and Idaho who depend on the Owyhee Reservoir start to get back to their normal rotations.
Bundy and his co-defendants are charged with conspiring to impede Interior Department employees from doing their duties at the refuge.
An Oregon irrigation district wants a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of cheating farmers out of water.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declined to provide updated information on the investigation.
Heavy rain in October hampered some Oregon producers, but might provide an early hedge against drought.