A farm owned by former Oregon state Sen. Jeff Kruse was fined $12,236 for illegal burning more than a year ago near the South Umpqua River.
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The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is calling for long-term monitoring of nitrates, bacteria and pesticides in the Walla Walla Basin to protect groundwater aquifers from future contamination.
ELGIN — The Boise Cascade Company announced it might shut down its plywood plant in Elgin in early 2021.
Oregon environmental regulators have issued $63,750 in fines after an anaerobic digester at the Port of Tillamook Bay malfunctioned last year, causing 163,301 gallons of partially treated cow manure to overflow into a nearby creek.
LEBANON, Ore. — A Willamette Valley ranching couple, fined nearly $18,000 last year for creating an illegal burn pile that included 40 dead an…
LEBANON, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued a fine of $17,869 against a Willamette Valley ranch for a burn pile …
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued a new plan to lower water temperatures for endangered fish in the Upper Klamath and Lost River watersheds, though it could come at a steep price for farmers and ranchers.
An estimated 300,000 gallons of liquid manure spilled at the Port of Tillamook Bay on the northern Oregon coast after equipment malfunctioned at the port's anaerobic digester.
Threemile Canyon Farms, Oregon's largest dairy producer, is planning to turn millions of gallons of cow manure into renewable natural gas, if state regulators approve a permit for the project.