Officials did not discuss specific work that the administration aims to speed up for any of the projects.
The two-day event, scheduled for Nov. 16-17 in Corvallis, Ore., is a first.
Willamette Valley winemakers have purchased 140 tons of grapes from Southern Oregon that were reject
Environmentalists have failed to win an injunction against a 500-acre logging project in Oregon
Five years after it went into effect, the Oregon Farm Direct Marketing Law is working as advocates hoped it would, according to a study published by Oregon State University researchers.
The Bureau of Land Management has a new director in Colorado
Killing sea lions won’t solve all the problems these fish are facing.
A semi-trailer truck hauling cattle crashed Tuesday on Interstate 84 in Eastern Oregon, killing the driver and five cows.
Even if the controversial Lost Valley Farm cleans up its wastewater problems under a new operator, the Oregon Department of Agriculture will proceed with a permit revocation.
Oregon Department of Energy has raised concerns that federal officials are moving too quickly.
FNRL, chartered in 2016 to bridge the gap between classroom training and real world applications, is one of seven Career and Technical Student Leadership Organizations in Oregon.
Bartels Packing, a defunct Oregon beef slaughter and processing company, has won approval from a judge to auction off its assets.
Measure 103 would change the Oregon Constitution, prohibiting lawmakers from imposing a new “tax, fee, or other assessment” on the “sale or distribution” of groceries.
Controlled burns are an important part of forest management, one of the tools officials use to try and make a dent in the massive buildup of fuels that has amassed over decades of aggressive wildfire suppression