Teamwork Wins the Day

Teamwork Wins the Day

We at Crag have been celebrating a lot of victories lately, and it’s got me thinking about the keys to our success.  Over the summer, I read the July/August issue of The Atlantic magazine, which focused on creativity.  As part of the series, Joshua Wolf Shenk’s...
Wolf Management: More Than Just a Baseball Game?

Wolf Management: More Than Just a Baseball Game?

Last week, reports surfaced that an eastern Oregon wolf pack is “one strike” away from a potential kill order.  GPS collars revealed that two wolves from the Umatilla River pack were nearby where a sheep was killed on August 20th.  Because this is the pack’s third...
Fish and Wildlife Management is not a Zero-Sum Game

Fish and Wildlife Management is not a Zero-Sum Game

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently proposed a plan to kill nearly 16,000 cormorants to limit the number of young salmon and steelhead the birds feed on as the fish pass through the mouth of the Columbia River.  According to the Corps, the birds have consumed...
Where are they Now? Joe Terrenzio

Where are they Now? Joe Terrenzio

In our new series “Where are they Now,” we will be taking a look at some of Crag’s previous interns and volunteers to see what they’re doing now and how Crag helped shape their futures.  In this installment, we talked to Joe Terrenzio, who interned with the Crag Law...
Protecting Oregon’s Wilderness

Protecting Oregon’s Wilderness

I recently moved to Portland from New York to work at Crag for the summer and I have noticed that Oregon is a very special state. People here have a strong connection with the environment and live and work with the land instead of bulldozing it to make room for an...
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