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COMMUNITIES NEWS

Curry County Denies Gravel Mining Renewal Request

Last year Crag represented Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition in appealing a land use decision allowing Tidewater Contractors to mine gravel at the site of an old plywood mill adjacent to the Rogue River.  Before the Land Use Board of Appeals, Crag argued that water...

Local Citizens Hail Ruling Protecting South Salem Hills from Sprawl

Local Citizens Hail Ruling Protecting South Salem Hills from Sprawl

Local Citizens Hail Court Ruling Protecting Rural South Salem Hills from Sprawling Development (Salem, Oregon)  In a decision issued today, Senior Judge Nely Johnson reversed a decision issued by the Marion County Board of Commissioners that had opened up rural farm...

THE WILD NEWS

Loopholes for Logging Trucks

Loopholes for Logging Trucks

Logging roads kill fish – its been proven time and time again by EPA, state agencies, and independent scientists – and dedicated fishermen will tell you the same thing.  Heavily roaded watersheds often have depressed fish populations, because those roads generate...

Working Together to Save Our Oceans

Working Together to Save Our Oceans

On Friday, July 1, I was given a chance to accompany staff attorney Courtney Johnson to the National Ocean Council’s Public Listening Session.  At this session, we learned about the Council’s Strategic Action Plans as...

A walk in the woods with the Forest Service

A walk in the woods with the Forest Service

Nothing beats going on a hike on a sunny day in Oregon, especially when you’re in the company of Forest Service experts.  Accompanied by two Crag summer interns, Derek Leuzzi and Alix Jacobson, I recently joined a group of Hood River Valley residents, Forest Service...

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