Oregon Passes Breakthrough Forest Bill

On Friday, June 26th, the Oregon Legislature passed new forestry reforms and directed the state to...

Where are they now? Kady Davis

Where are they now? Kady Davis by Angela Arrington | Jun 29, 2020 Kady Davis, former Crag intern...

Where Are They Now Daniel Timmons

In this edition of Where Are They Now, we interview Daniel Timmons who was a Legal Intern for Crag...

Crag Files Lawsuit to Protect Old Growth and Threatened Wildlife

Crag filed a lawsuit challenging logging of old growth forests that are essential habitat for northern spotted owls and pacific fishers.

Crag Files New Case to Protect the Ochoco Mountains

Crag filed a new federal lawsuit challenging a major logging project in the Ochoco National Forest in Central Oregon. The case seeks to protect sensitive riparian areas nestled within wildflower meadows and stands of old-growth groves of ponderosa pine.

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Crag is a client-focused law center that supports community efforts to protect and sustain the Pacific Northwest’s natural legacy. Implementing a unique model of legal aid for the environment, Crag balances the scales of justice by offering our clients free or low cost legal services in combination with assistance on campaign strategies, communications, community organizing and media relations.

Oregon Passes Breakthrough Forest Bill

Oregon Passes Breakthrough Forest Bill

On Friday, June 26th, the Oregon Legislature passed new forestry reforms and directed the state to set up a mediation process for comprehensive protections for salmon streams on non-federal forests. In an overwhelming bipartisan vote, both chambers of the Oregon...

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Crag Files New Case to Protect the Ochoco Mountains

Crag Files New Case to Protect the Ochoco Mountains

Crag filed a new federal lawsuit challenging a major logging project in the Ochoco National Forest in Central Oregon. The case seeks to protect sensitive riparian areas nestled within wildflower meadows and stands of old-growth groves of ponderosa pine.

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Nowheres Wolf: A Stop Motion Film

Nowheres Wolf: A Stop Motion Film

Oregon's most famous wolf made history after traveling thousands of miles across Oregon and into California. OR-7, also known as Journey, became the first confirmed wolf west of the Cascades since gray wolves had been eradicated in 1947. His welcome return brought...

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Where are they now? Kady Davis

Where are they now? Kady Davis

Where are they now? Kady Davis by Angela Arrington | Jun 29, 2020 Kady Davis, former Crag intern In this edition of Where Are They Now, I interviewed Kady Davis, a development and communications intern with Crag in 2015. She is currently the Development and...

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Where Are They Now Daniel Timmons

Where Are They Now Daniel Timmons

In this edition of Where Are They Now, we interview Daniel Timmons who was a Legal Intern for Crag in the Spring of 2010. He currently works as a Staff Attorney for the WildEarth Guardian's Climate & Energy Program.  During his first year at Lewis & Clark,...

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