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Oregon, others petition FERC to halt gas pipeline
Groups say the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission failed to meet standards set in the Clean Water Act, Coast Zone Management Act
FERC approves LNG terminal, governor to appeal
Oregon objects to federal OK of Coos Bay gas terminal
Wyden bill for forests brings sides together
Timber industry, activists agree on new forest-management plan
Lawsuits challenge BLM logging increase in Oregon
From: The World- Coos Bay, Or
Suit challenges feds' efforts to boost logging
Conservation groups are trying to stop Bush administration officials from boosting logging in Oregon's old growth forests before their time in office runs out.
Bush logging proposal opponents seek to reinstate protest period
Five environmental groups want a judge to make sure Oregonians have one last chance to protest an aggressive Bush administration logging plan proposed for Western Oregon forests.
Environmental group calls logging plan a clear cut
The Forest Service calls Low Meadow a restoration project. The Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center says it's a clear cut.
Salmon-viewing hikes
The hikes offer opportunities to increase your knowledge of salmon and the conditions that dictate their survival.
Water board mulls PacifiCorp project
Locals say they want Upper Klamath Basin dams to remain