Puppies!

Puppies!

Many of you may have heard the news last month that OR-7 — Oregon’s wandering wolf — had been spotted hanging out with a female wolf in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest in Southern Oregon.  Those reports garnered hope that perhaps the pair...
Victory in the Rogue Valley

Victory in the Rogue Valley

In a decision issued yesterday, the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals rejected Jackson County’s approval of an asphalt batch plant operating without any land use permits in the floodway of Bear Creek near Talent, Oregon.  Crag filed the appeal on behalf of Rogue...
Enforcing the Law to Protect Our Forests

Enforcing the Law to Protect Our Forests

Since our founding in 2001, Crag’s attorneys have been using our environmental laws, including the Northwest Forest Plan, to protect our old-growth forests, clean water, and wild places.  Before that, other environmental pioneers and advocates forged the path...

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