The Bureau of Land Management has finalized an updated rule that is meant to make its land use planning more responsive to community input while addressing changing conditions on public lands.
OAKLAND — Trails for equestrians and cyclists will remain open this winter at Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park. Usually, they’re closed from Nov. 1 until springtime, in hopes of reducing impacts to the trails and risks to users due to slips and falls as the trails become muddy.
Representatives of timber and tribes teamed together and on Nov. 15 submitted the only bid to purchase the Elliott State Forest from the state.
When Chriset Palenshus and Sami Gloria learned about the Dakota Access Pipeline proposal that would run through sacred tribal lands in North Dakota, they were inspired to take nonviolent, direct action.
The family-owned Lone Rock Timber Management Company of Roseburg announced a partnership with the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians and The Conservation Fund in a bid to purchase the Elliott State Forest.
EUGENE — Federal Judge Ann Aiken decided in favor of 21 youth plaintiffs Thursday in a groundbreaking climate lawsuit against the federal government and the fossil fuel industry.
Plikat Logging of Camas Valley has been nominated for Oregon Department of Forestry’s annual Operator of the Year award for excellence in post-harvest replanting, constructing and maintaining forest roads, protecting stream buffers and wildlife habitat and other requirements of the Forest Pr…