LATEST NEWS

Landowners File Trespass Suit Against Palomar
05/23/2008

Two groups of property owners fighting proposed Palomar Pipeline are filing a lawsuit this morning in Washington County against Palomar Pipeline project to stop repeated trespassing by NW Natural’s employees and contractors....read more

Department of Energy report says Oregon doesn't need LNG
05/10/2008

NorthernStar says it still wants to build a liquefied natural gas terminal near Astoria, and Gov. Kulongoski asks federal regulators to redo their study....read more

Bark announces HIKE THE PIPE!
05/06/2008

Bark announces plans to walk, climb and boat proposed 40-mile LNG pipeline route....read more

Bark discusses stumps in the Oregonian
05/02/2008

Bark discusses stumps in the Oregonian....read more

$1 billion timber slush fund or fair trade deal?
04/29/2008

Lawsuit, U.S. senators want details on Bush administration deal....read more

Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Pipe Line to Cross Clackamas River
04/22/2008

Video from a recent Oregon State Capital rally telling politicians that the people of Oregon say NO to Liquefied Natural Gas....read more

Forest Service tries again with revision of forest planning rule
04/10/2008

The U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday adopted a new version of the basic planning rules....read more

Rahall Reacts to Forest Service’s Final 2008 Planning Rule
04/10/2008

House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Nick J. Rahall (D-WV) released the following statement today......read more

Report Highlights Importance of Protecting Existing Forests:
04/09/2008

Analysis Shows American Forests Contain Enormous Carbon Reserves, But Available Measuring Tools Reflect Gaps in Underlying Data....read more

Oregon's Elected Leaders Step Up The Fight Against LNG
04/08/2008

Senator Wyden introduces legislation to protect state's rights against feds for LNG terminal sites....read more

Rep. DeFazio Lambasts BLM for Sitting on Latest Scientific Review of WOPR
03/28/2008

Scientific Team Fails To Support Findings In WOPR....read more

A rough road to repair
03/27/2008

The deterioration of decades-old roads on national forests is causing big problems for aquatic ecosystems across the West, especially in the Pacific Northwest, which has an estimated $1.3 billion backlog of roadwork on its tens of thousands of miles of deserted forest roads....read more

Forest Service May Move to Interior
03/26/2008

Some see agency as out of place under the US Dept. of Agriculture....read more

Clackamas River CrossingProposed Oregon natural gas pipeline raises environmental concerns
03/24/2008

For the Palomar pipeline to be built across Oregon, timber would have to be clear-cut and rivers crossed....read more

Campaign begins to put pipeline to vote in Clatsop County
03/20/2008

Clatsop County’s approval of LNG project now uncertain as community groups launch campaign to take decision to voters in ballot referendum....read more

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