No foul play was suspected in the death of the male wolf known as OR-93, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a news release.
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Oregon-born gray wolf dies after 'epic' California trek

No foul play was suspected in the death of the male wolf known as OR-93, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said in a news release.

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Wolves kill more calves in S. Oregon

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials confirmed the three steers as wolf kills by the Rogue Pack. Read more

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Western Innovator: Pioneering ET mapping from space

Rick Allen worked with the Idaho State Department of Water Resources to develop a model using satellite data. Read more

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Lessons from disaster: What the Bootleg Fire reveals about forest management

Untreated areas were incinerated. Areas that had been only thinned or treated with controlled fire survived relatively well. An area that received both thinning and prescribed fire survived best. Read more

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USDA promised to invest in regional markets. Now, it's happening—but how?

USDA has announced a $90.2 million investment in 203 projects nationwide. Across California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho, 21 projects received funding. Read more

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H-2A wages to rise by 9% in California, 6.5% in Washington, Oregon

California will displace its West Coast neighbors as the state with the highest H-2A wage in the country at $17.51 an hour. The H-2A wage in Washington and Oregon will be $17.41. Read more