The planned removal of several wild horses from the Ochoco National Forest has been delayed and is not expected to start until early next year. Forest Service officials say supply chain disruptions are causing the slowdown.
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The treaty focuses on coordinated power operations and flood risk management. It is in the process of being modernized.
Oregon officials are now looking at how increasing soil carbon sequestration on working farms and forests can help the state reach its ambitious climate goals as part of an overall strategy to lower greenhouse gas emissions.
A student from Washington state is the new national FFA president and one from Oregon is the western regional vice president.
Seven years ago, Oregonians were told that by legalizing marijuana and hemp they could solve an array of problems. Pot smokers could come out …
State wildlife officials have killed three more wolves from the Lookout Mountain pack in northeast Oregon following repeated attacks on livestock.
The West's plan for combating wildfires will include expanding forest treatments, paying federal firefighters a higher wage, converting seasonal firefighting positions into permanent jobs and investing in disaster recovery efforts.
On June 30, 2020, Bondi announced his retirement from OSU Extension Service but has remained at the station while the university continues to hunt for his replacement. A search is currently underway, and could wrap up by the end of the year.