A judge has reversed a key ruling in a $1.4 billion lawsuit over Oregon’s timber management practices.
Freres Lumber is building a new plant to make mass plywood panels.
Temperatures in parts of Arizona, California and Nevada soared to nearly 120 degrees this week.
Agricultural production in northeastern California was worth about $4.2 billion in 2015, down by nea
Crews are contending with another day of oppressive heat as they try to beat back a 1,200-acre wildfire in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles
Three lawsuits over the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument have been halted while the Trump administration reviews the decision.
A group of farmers and foresters in Oregon’s Lane County is seeking allies among urban residents.
A sawmill has reopened in Glenwood nearly seven years after being shuttered, providing an economic boost to a town of 2,500 hard on the banks of the Caddo River and nestled in a valley of the Ouachita Mountains
Federal environmental statutes, such as the Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act, don’t shield the State of Oregon from a $1.4 billion lawsuit that alleges insufficient logging.
Forestry department fire managers fear solar eclipse watchers could pose a threat.
More than 600 residents remained without power Wednesday near Topaz Lake about 70 miles south of Reno.
City officials in Portland, Oregon have approved a construction permit for the nation's first all-wood high-rise