CLIMATE NEWS

Something so important, so essential…

Something so important, so essential…

With all the buzz about the amazing Stories of Trust films Our Children’s Trust, WITNESS, and iMatter are putting together documenting the stories of the youth plaintiffs who are pursuing Atmospheric Trust Litigation (ATL) cases against their government, we thought it...

Climate Change is the Issue for the Day

Climate Change is the Issue for the Day

Crag staff attorney Tanya Sanerib appeared in Lane County Circuit Court on Monday (1/23/12) to defend a lawsuit filed by our clients - 11 year old Olivia Chernaik and 15 year old Kelsey Juliana - demanding that the state of Oregon and Governor John Kitzhaber take...

Debunking the Energy Independence Myth

Debunking the Energy Independence Myth

Happy New Year and welcome to an election year in which the truth is even harder than usual to find.  I wanted to start off the new year by debunking a tale that is commonly spun by the oil and gas industry. Whether it is a proposal for drilling in the Arctic,...

COMMUNITIES NEWS

Settlement Protects Oregon Wine Country

Settlement Protects Oregon Wine Country

Oregon winegrowers know the importance of preserving prime agricultural land.  Oregon’s land use laws are the reason the wine industry exists today.  Without the establishment of Exclusive Farm Use zoning and Oregon’s comprehensive land use system, the hillsides the...

THE WILD NEWS

The Little River that Could

The Little River that Could

White Salmon River Saved from Residential Sprawl! Less than a year after the Condit Dam was removed from the White Salmon River, Crag secured another big victory for citizens and fish that rely on this Wild & Scenic River.  Crag Law Center has been representing...

Case Will Decide Future of Hood’s Alpine Flanks

Case Will Decide Future of Hood’s Alpine Flanks

Master Plan, Chronic Degradation and Failed Restoration at Center of Challenge to Downhill Mountain Bike Trails Proposed at Historic Timberline Lodge   Historic Timberline Lodge.  Timberline Lodge was saved from being burned to the ground by the late Richard L....

Supreme Court Rules in NEDC v. Brown

Supreme Court Rules in NEDC v. Brown

    March 20, 2013, Washington, DC — Today the U.S. Supreme Court reversed and remanded a Ninth Circuit ruling requiring Clean Water Act permits for discharges of heavily polluted stormwater along two logging roads in northwest Oregon. Under the Supreme Court’s 7-1...

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