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West Coast Cannabis Groups Band Together To Protect Interests
The three associations will share strategies for legalizing marijuana at the federal level.

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Exhibitors line up for Washington-Oregon potato conference
Exhibitors line up for Washington-Oregon potato conference
The Washington-Oregon Potato Conference Jan. 23-25 in Kennewick, Wash., will focus on growers.
Two more calves killed by wolves in southwest Oregon
Two more calves killed by wolves in southwest Oregon
Wolves from the Rogue pack in southwest Oregon have killed three calves in eight days at a ranch in Jackson County.
Irrigators aim to restore transfers among reservoirs
Irrigators aim to restore transfers among reservoirs
Irrigators aim to restore transfers of stored water among reservoirs and to instream uses in Oregon with an upcoming bill.
Washington, Idaho officials say saving roadkill makes sense
Under a law passed last year, Oregon will begin allowing permit holders to salvage roadkill in 2019.
How Oregon’s cap and trade system would work
The state’s proposed cap and trade system is similar to existing programs in California and some Canadian provinces.
Rancher takes different tack on wolf depredation
Rancher takes different tack on wolf depredation
Mark Coats has been working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on creating a predator awareness program he believes can successfully reduce or eliminate predation deaths.
Five hopefuls vie for Oregon Dairy Princess-Ambassador
Five hopefuls vie for Oregon Dairy Princess-Ambassador
The 2018 finalists include Stephanie Breazile of Linn and Benton Counties, Donata Doornenbal of Marion County, Rachel Jenck of Tillamook, Megan Sprute of Washington County and Jessica Monroe of Yamhill County.
Workshop helps identify livestock predators
Workshop helps identify livestock predators
Predators kill their prey differently, workshop attendees were told.
Feds set aside $4.4 million to reduce wildfire risk in Oregon
Feds set aside $4.4 million to reduce wildfire risk in Oregon
Work will be done on national forests and adjacent private lands in Deschutes, Lake and Tillamook counties.
Group files lawsuit to block grazing to protect Spalding’s catchfly
Group files lawsuit to block grazing to protect Spalding’s catchfly
The Greater Hells Canyon Council, based in La Grande, Ore., is suing the U.S. Forest Service to protect threatened Spalding’s catchfly on 44,000 acres in the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.

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