The new federal Clean Water Rule takes effect in Washington, Oregon and California, but it's surrounded by plenty of uncertainties.
A "terrible trifecta" of drought, heat and fuel build-up set the stage for the West's wildfires, Ore
The state of Oregon has budgeted $50 million annually to pay for fighting wildfires and has insuranc
Officials say farmers fear releasing permits puts them at risk from people who want to videotape, trespass or vandalize property.
Oregon's wine harvest gets off to an early start, and, as usual, vineyard operators and wine makers are optimistic.
Oregon produces nearly all of U.S. hazelnuts, and growers continue to add acreage as demand from China and elsewhere increases.
About 100 onion growers and industry representatives attended the Oregon State University onion variety field day Aug. 25 to see how the valley's main onion varieties fared against each other.
Central Oregon irrigation districts worry spotted frog litigation will restrict water use. Two environmental groups have given notice they intend to sue over dam and reservoir operations on the Deschutes River.
Oregon’s kicker law is triggered when the state collects more than anticipated during a two-year budget cycle.
A state official says the current law does not work well to regulate growers, who are growing small plots, sometimes in greenhouses, with the emphasis on producing buds that contain the CBD compounds.
Firefighters battling the blaze spent Monday patrolling, improving and holding control lines. The Canyon Creek Complex of fires is 30 percent contained.
Penn State entomologist John Tooker will share his knowledge of the slimy pests during a series of September meetings and seminars.
Agricultural and food products are Oregon's third largest export sector, and experts believe it will continue to grow as Asian economies expand.
Using vehicles for juniper removal in wilderness study areas is unlawful, according to a federal judge.