Some speakers at an ODFW Commission meeting said killing cougars in four geographic target areas is "barbaric."
The ODFW Commission meeting coincides with controversy over livestock and wolf deaths and an upcomin
Oregon's small farmers, especially those in or clustered around the Portland area, could change the
The Prineville Reservoir is expected to recover before next growing season, but the Wickiup may not.
A federal judge in Eugene, Ore., gave the father and son credit for time served but ordered them to serve the remainder of their mandatory five-year sentences for burning BLM rangeland.
A sheep producer who was turned down by ODFW when he requested lethal control after five confirmed wolf attacks says at least two more sheep were killed.
An Oregon hemp grower believes that varietal differences between the industrial crop and marijuana may reduce unwanted cross-pollination.
The Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee will use a $35,000 specialty crop grant to market yellow onions to Mexico.
Their numbers along the Columbia River were down to around 450 back in 1967 when they joined the bald eagle and California condor in the first group of animals protected under the Endangered Species Act. Now there are more than 900 deer in the lower...
A legal dispute over radish seed is set to continue into 2016.
The $6 million is earmarked for a 20,000-square-foot laboratory for the development of advanced wood products.
An airspace designation change threatens to disrupt Christmas tree helicopter harvests around Salem, Ore., but a solution may be at hand if federal regulators approve revisions.
Onion growers in southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon are more optimistic about this year's crop than they were in 2014 because of higher prices. But onion size is expected to be down due to a nine-day heat wave earlier in the season.
Four years of drought conditions have caused growers in Eastern Oregon who get their irrigation water from the Owyhee Project to alter their farming practices.