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Column: Ag practices can support threatened Willamette Valley bird
Column: Ag practices can support threatened Willamette Valley bird
Based on input from farmers, biologists and ecologists, the agricultural practices intend to improve breeding and nesting success for the Lark on working lands in the Willamette Valley.

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Letter: Climate assertions questioned
We have very real man-caused environmental problems. We should concentrate on them instead of climate change.
Letter: Master hunters ready to help with elk
Oregon Master Hunters are given priority for emergency hunts in cases of animal damage.
Column: Why the ag industry should care about intellectual property
Column: Why the ag industry should care about intellectual property
Understanding intellectual property rights and their interplay is beneficial for maximizing your competitiveness and crucial for knowing what you can do in everyday business operations.
Editorial: Will ‘new’ NAFTA be better for ag?
Editorial: Will ‘new’ NAFTA be better for ag?
Some Trump critics say the administration, despite the president’s bluster, is striking a more conciliatory tone in order to close the deal and claim victory.
Editorial: Food Producers of Idaho an effective voice for ag
Editorial: Food Producers of Idaho an effective voice for ag
When the Food Producers of Idaho speak, legislators listen.
Column: State has ability to fairly resolve water dispute
Column: State has ability to fairly resolve water dispute
The subject of our litigation was a simple case of the Oregon Water Resources Department using bad data, ignoring common sense, and not following the prior appropriation doctrine.
Editorial: Trump still falls short on his trade promises
Editorial: Trump still falls short on his trade promises
It’s time for the president to make good on the second half of his promise on trade.
Editorial: Omnibus bill a home run for U.S. agriculture
Editorial: Omnibus bill a home run for U.S. agriculture
Congress scored a 5-0 win for farmers and ranchers in its Omnibus bill.

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Columns

Column: Ag practices can support threatened Willamette Valley bird
Based on input from farmers, biologists and ecologists, the agricultural practices intend to improve breeding and nesting success for the Lark on...
Column: Why the ag industry should care about intellectual property
Understanding intellectual property rights and their interplay is beneficial for maximizing your competitiveness and crucial for knowing what you can...
Column: State has ability to fairly resolve water dispute

Editorials

Editorial: State creates its own elk problem
Skagit Valley farmers say they have been overrun by elk.
Editorial: Food Producers of Idaho an effective voice for ag
When the Food Producers of Idaho speak, legislators listen.
Editorial: Omnibus bill a home run for U.S. agriculture

Letters

Letter: Elk problems the fault of wildlife managers
This year alone a Washington state ranch has spent $16,000 to purchase hay to replace feed consumed by elk.
Letter: Climate assertions questioned
We have very real man-caused environmental problems. We should concentrate on them instead of climate change.
Letter: Master hunters ready to help with elk