A noted Southern Oregon viticulture climatologist says we should be headed to more normal weather patterns this year.
Two bills before Oregon lawmakers seek to resolve uncertainties over wetland designations by exempti
The federal prosecutors who failed to convict Ammon Bundy returned to court Tuesday to try four lesser-known men who followed Bundy's call to take a hard stand against the government and occupy a national wildlife refuge in Oregon
Improved fficiency, not regulation, is reducing emissions from Oregon dairies, an industry expert sa
New and experienced small-scale farmers find what they need at annual get-together.
Virginia Bruce isn’t a farmer, but she’s become an important community connection as the Oregon Department of Agriculture informs the public about invasive Japanese beetles.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture may reduce the number of food safety inspections it conducts on behalf of federal authorities.
The incident in question occurred when Marcus Mumford’s client, Ammon Bundy, was acquitted last fall and Mumford was tackled by federal marshals for refusing to stop arguing with the judge.
A lawsuit by 17 Oregon counties is challenging the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou national monument.
In 2014, the USDA’s analysis concluded its wolf control activities didn’t have significant environmental impacts, but five environmental groups challenged that finding in federal court.
This is the second trial in connection to the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Last fall, jurors acquitted Ammon Bundy and six others.
Oregon’s water regulators have proposed raising fees for water rights transactions for the third time since 2009.
Heavy snow that draped Oregon in January provided welcome relief from drought, but made it hard for wildlife biologists to conduct the state’s annual wolf count.