Environmentalists out on a limb

For a seat at the negotiating table, they are jeopardizing their true more

Guest Opinion: Better forest management needed now

Mount Hood National Forest the perfect place to more

Top regional Forest Service official to retire

The U.S. Forest Service's top official in the Pacific Northwest announced her retirement on Tuesday, effective at the end of more

Senator Wyden writing bill to thin forests

Sen. Ron Wyden is working on legislation to overcome the gridlock in national forest logging projects designed to reduce the growing threat of more

Surge in Off-Roading Stirs Dust and Debate in West

Outdoor enthusiasts are flocking in record numbers to lesser-known forests, deserts and mountains, where the rules of use have been lax and enforcement more

Aerial photo of the bare slope and slides in Stillman Creek drainageMudslide photo spurs look at logging practices

Major landslides in Washington force Weyerhaeuser to assess the risks of logging on more

Road 63 Blowout on Mt. Hood

The road to the Bull of the Woods Wilderness is eroding into the Collawash more

Past OSU logging a setup for slide

The mudslide on Highway 30 this week was caused by logging on lands owned by Oregon State University, one of the leading forestry schools in the more

Off-road violations out of control, say federal rangers

Reckless off-road vehicle abuse of public lands is spinning out of control, say federal law enforcement rangers in a first-ever survey released today by Rangers for Responsible more

Victory: 9th Circuit Court deals blow to "Healthy Forest" Initiative

The 9th Circuit Court just issued a decision ruling against "categorical exclusions," the very exemption that led to the Eight Mile Meadow logging more

Skyrocketing use of off-highway vehicles has officials scrambling to protect public land from overuse

The number of dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles has nearly tripled across the country since 1993, a phenomenon critics and land managers said comes at increasing cost to a vulnerable more

The pipeline in Northern Oregon will result in a linear clearcut across Mt. HoodTension hangs over corridors

Eco-groups fret over fast-tracking pathways on public lands for power lines and more

Oregonians Advocate for a Comprehensive Mt. Hood Travel Plan

The first comment deadline is over, but support for a comprehensive travel management plan on Mt. Hood is continuing to more

Fire costs will again thin other budgets

U.S. Forest Service to pull funds from recreation, forest more

USFS can't cut its way out of wildfire risk

Short of clearing all trees from the landscape, timber harvests will not stop fires nor will such harvests avert the causes or impacts of climate more