- Tell Kate Brown to Protect Southern Oregon's Streams
Tell Governor Kate Brown to reject the Oregon Board of Forestry decision that the Siskiyou streams shouldn’t be exempt from the statewide stream protections. The science behind climate change makes it clear that our water sources are more critical than ever.
- Protect Oregon's Rivers
The Clean Water Act works to reduce pollution from factories, mines and cities to safe levels, so that our rivers and streams are swimmable, fishable and drinkable. While not perfect, the Clean Water Act has dramatically reduced pollution from many sources in the last 30 years. Water quality trading could fundamentally change how Clean Water Act permits work.
- Supervisors seek answers on Westside delay
- The Westside Fire Recovery Project has been a major source of contention within Siskiyou County over the last year, and that contention continued this week.
- Genetically Engineered Salmon Approved for Consumption
- Federal regulators on Thursday, Nov. 19th, 2015 approved a genetically engineered salmon as fit for consumption, clearing the last major obstacle for the first genetically altered animal to reach American supermarkets and dinner tables.
- Commission moved too fast to delist gray wolf
- The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission's vote Monday to remove the gray wolf from the state's endangered species list seems premature, especially given the short time since wolves reappeared in the state and the contrast with other protected species.
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|Protect Kalmiopsis Wild Rivers
Learn more about how you can support the campaign to prevent nickel mining in the Kalmiopsis and Wild Rivers coast - some of the US's most wild and pristine rivers.
Adopt a Botanical Area
We need your help monitoring areas protected for our amazing regional botanical diversity.
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.
Liquefied Natural Gas
September 2015: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Jordan Cove Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal and Pacific Connector pipeline