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U.S. District Judge Michael Simon has ruled environmental groups are likely to prevail in their claim that former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke improperly renewed a grazing permit lost by Dwig…

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Researchers at Oregon State University have determined a combination of factors — apart from pesticides — may be to blame in part of bumblebee deaths beneath linden trees.

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CORVALLIS, Ore. — When Oregon State University cut the budget for the Sheep Center in 2012, many in the industry thought it would cease to exist.

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The Grouse Flats wolfpack in southeast Washington killed a calf in a 160-acre fenced pasture, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said today.

Wheat harvest time has arrived, and farmers across much of the Pacific Northwest are beginning to get their equipment into the fields.

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CANYONVILLE, Ore. — Paul Wolf is taking a proactive approach to the increasing presence of wolves in southwestern Oregon.

A short spell of unseasonable rain in early July isn’t expected to diminish yields for Oregon seed farmers during this summer’s harvest — unless it persists.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Two representatives of Oregon’s #TimberUnity movement were at the White House Monday, where they had been invited to hear President Donald Trump deliver remarks on “America’…

SALEM — A program designed to incubate new leaders in Oregon agriculture and natural resources management is seeking applications for its third class, scheduled to begin in November.

SALEM — The Oregon FFA, an agricultural education and leadership organization, will receive funding from the state this biennium for the first time in eight years.

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SALEM — Two representatives of the #TimberUnity movement have been invited to the White House July 8 to hear President Trump deliver remarks on America’s environmental leadership.

U.S. hops are forecast to reach a new record high of 57,339 acres this season as slowed growth of craft breweries continues and larger brewers want greater certainty of hop supply.

SALEM — The debate on climate change appears to have deepened the gap between the liberal politics of Portland and Eugene and the conservative politics of rural areas with natural resource and…

SALEM — Twenty-seven senators gathered at 9 a.m. Saturday to lay to rest House Bill 2020, the 2019 Legislature’s controversial attempt to address climate change.

A federal judge has extended a temporary restraining order against two Eastern Oregon ranchers preventing them from grazing cows on a pair of public allotments.

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Republicans in the Oregon Senate said Friday that they will end a more than weeklong walkout over emissions-lowering climate legislation that ground the Legislature to a hal…

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SALEM — Oregonians brought more than 2,000  trucks, tractors and other vehicles to the state Capitol this morning to protest climate bills and other legislation they say will threaten their li…

The Oregon Raspberry and Blackberry Commission hosted the five-day trade mission June 24-28 with Japanese companies after receiving a Specialty Crop Block Grant of $81,290 from the Oregon Depa…

The USDA's Columbia Plateau Conservation Research Center in Pendleton, Ore. plans to hire three new positions after receiving an additional $2 million in funding through Congress.

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Capitol was at a standstill Wednesday with only four days left in the legislative session, and it remains unclear when — or if— the Senate's 11 Republicans will r…

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The Oregon Department of Agriculture is continuing its investigation into the apparent mislabeling of more than 7 million pounds of grass seed as the valuable tall fescue variety Kentucky 31, …

Dawn Alexander, a fifth grade teacher at Tom McCall Elementary School in Redmond, Ore., was one of eight teachers across the country to receive a 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award from Nationa…