- Wolves, Wolverines and Fishers: The Good, Bad, and the Future
News alert to what is happening with some of our favorite carnivores in the Klamath-Siskiyou
- Tell the DEQ, Smith River deserves to be an "Outstanding Resource Waters"
Sign on to the public comment asking the Oregon Environmental Quality Commission, to initiate a rulemaking process to consider designating the North Fork Smith and all of its tributaries and wetlands as Outstanding Resource Waters.
- U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Announces Inexplicable Decision to Reverse Course on Protecting Rare Forest Mammal
- Agency abruptly withdraws proposed rule that would have protected the Pacific fisher under the Endangered Species Act.
- Feds reject Jordan Cove LNG terminal
- Federal regulators have rejected plans for a liquefied natural gas terminal in Coos Bay. On Friday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied applications from two Delaware companies to site the massive Jordan Cove Energy Project in the Southern Oregon coastal town.
- Tribe AND Conservationists File Suit to Protect Wild Salmon, Rural River Communities
- The Karuk Tribe, along with the Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC), Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center (KS Wild), Center for Biological Diversity, and Klamath Riverkeeper, filed suit in federal court challenging a massive post-fire logging plan in Klamath National Forest that will increase fire danger, degrade water quality, and harm at-risk salmon populations. The Tribe leads a diverse plaintiff group united by a common interest in restoring healthy relationships between people, fire, forests and fish.
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Our BLM Backyard Forests
BLM forests have a unique history and offer diverse benefits to our region. Right now, our backyard forests are under threat.