Douglas County expects to receive nearly $30,000 this year for its lands covered in the Coos Bay Wagon Road Act, a number much lower than in the past.
Close to half the seven-member Douglas County Parks Advisory Board are now women, with the appointment of Reedsport’s Jody Morrow on Wednesday.
The Department of State Lands told the State Land Board on Tuesday that it is moving forward to establish a public solution for the Elliott State Forest.
The Oregon Hunters Association’s Turn In Poachers reward program paid $24,200 to informants in poaching cases last year — a record amount in the program’s 32 years.
Though the sun has been shining and temperatures have been above average so far this winter, Umpqua Valley vineyard managers are optimistic about the state of their future wine grapes.
Douglas County will receive $28,734 in timber payments in accordance with the Coos Bay Wagon Road Act, the Bureau of Land Management announced today.
Sorting through a mixture of plant matter and dirt taken from the bottom of Diamond Lake, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife staff are picking out minuscule mollusks, leeches and insects, identifying and counting each one to determine the health of the lake itself.
WINSTON — The Winston-Green Wastewater Treatment Plant has been saving energy and cutting costs since Energy Trust of Oregon helped upgrade its facility three years ago, according to a press release.