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Letter: And along came the sparred owl
The Barred Owl and the Spotted Owl do breed and they do produce viable offspring called Sparred Owls.

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Column: For Oregon’s farming industry, support clean energy jobs
Column: For Oregon’s farming industry, support clean energy jobs
In 2018, Oregon has the opportunity to pass legislation that will help family farms like mine: the Clean Energy Jobs bill.
Letter: Support renegotiating trade deals
There are those of us who trade with Canadian customers and feel that NAFTA is one-sided.
Editorial: Go ahead, put a label on it
Editorial: Go ahead, put a label on it
We believe most consumers rely on another label — the price tag — more than all the other labels combined.
Editorial: Oregon eyes expanding pesticide authority
At question is whether the Department of Environmental Quality will expand its authority and by extension give environmentalists grounds to file civil suits.
Column: 3 ways consumers benefit from farm bill
Column: 3 ways consumers benefit from farm bill
America’s farmers and ranchers are not the only ones that benefit from the farm bill.
Column: Public deserves an honest debate over logging and wildfires
Column: Public deserves an honest debate over logging and wildfires
About the same number of fires started on private land as on federal land. However, over 95 percent of the acres burned were on federal land. If it was all due to climate change, wouldn’t just as many private acres burn as public?
EPA puts CAFO emission measurement reg on hold
EPA puts CAFO emission measurement reg on hold
The agency doesn’t have a reliable method for estimating animal emissions.
Costly hunt for middle ground on wolves
Costly hunt for middle ground on wolves
With experience around the world tackling issues such as the trafficking of wild elephants in Africa, Francine Madden set about changing the conflicts within the Wolf Advisory Group into a dialogue.
Letter: Wolf activists waste time, money
These wolf activists probably wouldn’t rustle a cow, or shoot one out in a pasture, but what they are doing is stealing millions of public dollars for their misdirected cause — dollars that could be better spent elsewhere.

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Columns

Column: For Oregon’s farming industry, support clean energy jobs
In 2018, Oregon has the opportunity to pass legislation that will help family farms like mine: the Clean Energy Jobs bill.
Column: 3 ways consumers benefit from farm bill
America’s farmers and ranchers are not the only ones that benefit from the farm bill.
Column: Public deserves an honest debate over logging and wildfires

Editorials

Editorial: Trade a make-or-break issue for Trump
Agriculture sees a lot of good in Trump but until he shows more progress on trade, the jury will be out.
Editorial: Go ahead, put a label on it
We believe most consumers rely on another label — the price tag — more than all the other labels combined.
Costly hunt for middle ground on wolves

Letters

Letter: And along came the sparred owl
The Barred Owl and the Spotted Owl do breed and they do produce viable offspring called Sparred Owls.
Letter: Regulate climate change hot air
Does anyone really believe that a normally occurring cyclical event can be changed?
Letter: Support renegotiating trade deals
Letter: Wolf activists waste time, money