Caineville farmer likes making brined feta, smooth chevre or Ramsley’s signature semi-firm tomme, a cheese typically produced in France and Switzerland.
The Oregon FFA partnered with Les Schwab Tire Centers, Wilco Co-op, Capital Press and the East Orego
The Center for Biological Diversity filed Tuesday in Thurston County Superior Court.
The trial sets up as a test of public land policies in Western U.S. states where the federal government controls about 85 percent of the land.
A broader question about Oregon land use law is expected to be resolved by a landfill expansion dispute before the Oregon Supreme Court.
California's largest utility says the deadliest of last month's wildfires may have been started by electrical equipment not owned or installed by Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractors began the work this week in flattened, blackened blocks of Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood.
Inspectors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation have found seven leaks in the site's oldest double-walled radioactive waste storage tank
The standoff near Bunkerville, Nevada was an iconic moment in a decades-long turf battle about federal control of vast rangelands in the Western U.S.
Huffman is Oregon’s new director of rural development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Court documents show the U.S. Department of Agriculture has agreed to stop using “cyanide bombs” pending further study.
President Donald Trump has appointed two Idahoans to serve in state director positions for the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Three first-place winners will represent Oregon at the national competition in Texas.
A storm moving in from the Gulf of Alaska arrived Friday in Northern California, soaking the state's Redwood Coast for several hours