CLIMATE NEWS

Defending Oregon’s Climate Policy

Defending Oregon’s Climate Policy

Defending Oregon's Climate Policy Crag clients intervene to defend Climate Protection Program from oil and gas industry attackOn September 7, 2022, Crag filed a motion to intervene to defend Oregon’s landmark Climate Protection Program against legal attacks by the oil...

Crag Joins City of  Portland to Defend Denial of Zenith

Crag Joins City of Portland to Defend Denial of Zenith

Willamette and Columbia Riverkeepers Intervene at LUBA to Reinforce Portland’s Denial of Zenith’s Oil-by-Rail Facility On behalf of our clients Willamette Riverkeeper and Columbia Riverkeeper, Crag filed a Motion to Intervene in support of the City of Portland's...

Dredging Permits Denied for Jordan Cove Fracked Gas Terminal

Dredging Permits Denied for Jordan Cove Fracked Gas Terminal

Dredging Permits Denied for Jordan Cove LNG Terminal2021Oregon Court Strikes Down Two Additional Permits for Jordan Cove LNG  The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals reverses two local dredging permits for the fledgling Jordan Cove LNG project citing impacts to the Coos...

COMMUNITIES NEWS

Stopping Shoreline Armoring

Stopping Shoreline Armoring

Protecting Public Beach Access Challenging Shoreline Armoring by Lizzy Gazeley | June 16, 2022Riprap in Neskowin Beach, OR. Preserving public access to beaches is cherished by Oregonians and a defining feature of our state. Oregon is one of only three states in the...

Legal Fight Continues to Protect Farmland & Wetlands

Legal Fight Continues to Protect Farmland & Wetlands

Crag challenges Columbia County’s third attempt to rezone hundreds of acres to Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals On behalf of Columbia Riverkeeper and 1000 Friends of Oregon, Crag filed a legal challenge to Columbia County’s controversial decision to rezone over 830...

THE WILD NEWS

Standing Up for Sensitive Species Habitat

Standing Up for Sensitive Species Habitat

Standing Up for Sensitive Species Habitat Crag challenges logging plan to clearcut old growth forests home to at least four Endangered Species Act-listed species, including northern spotted owlThe Siuslaw HLB logging project would clearcut areas of mature and...

Crag takes on Forest Service for lack of transparency

Crag takes on Forest Service for lack of transparency

Critically important large trees over 21” in diameter are now open to logging in six national forests in Oregon and Washington. Pictured: Large tree cut down in Malheur National Forest. Photo by Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project. Crag takes Forest Service to court...

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