Forest Grove Council Opposes Pipeline

In 6-0 vote, council says pipelines threaten region's water supply, air more

Recreation Fees Rising in Wake of Fires’ Costs

Reeling from the high cost of fighting wildfires, federal land agencies have been imposing new fees and increasing existing ones at recreation sites across the West in an effort to raise tens of millions of more

The Oregonian - Editorial

A deal that should have been wrapped up still undone Aide says Oklahoma senator cares more about "mountain of debt" than Mount more

Mount Hood wilderness bill stalls; Oregon senators fume

Surprise objection - Republican Sen. Tom Coburn blocks the more

News Release: USFS Funds road work in Mt. Hood National Forest

Oregon & Washington national forests receive road and trail funds but much more needed for cleaner water and better recreation more

Old growth forests reducing climate change effects

The “Old Forests, New Management” conference in Tasmania has heard from imminent scientists that there is no justification for logging of old growth forests, and that re-growth forest logging could soon lose its social license under future carbon more

Major Landslide in Willamette National Forest Caused by 1992 Clearcut

Amtrak's train tracks will be out for weeks, causing major delays for the Pacific coast more

Governor ups ante against LNG sites

A letter tells federal regulators to back off and calls into question the quality of their more

A Region's Vitality, Melting Away

Hood River farmers thought the water flowing from shrinking Mt. Hood glaciers was essential to their prized fruit crops; new OSU research shows just how more

Roads to restoration

Cooperative effort targets road removal in the San Juans in more

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