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Coastal Law Project Blocks Large Development on Coquille River

Coastal Law Project Blocks Large Development on Coquille River

Last week, Crag celebrated with Oregon Shores and local Bandon area residents when the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) struck down Coos County's approval of a large-scale development  on the banks of the Coquille River.  The proposal would have entailed destroying a...

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Hemlock Dam Coming Out on the Wind River Watershed

Hemlock Dam Coming Out on the Wind River Watershed

After several months of work, Crag has helped to secure the removal of the Hemlock Dam on the Wind River Watershed.  The Forest Service plans to remove the dam to improve habitat for steelhead and salmon.  Crag worked with the Gifford Pinchot Task Force to intervene...

Savor Oregon’s hard-fought wilderness win

Savor Oregon’s hard-fought wilderness win

by The Oregonian editorial board Wednesday March 25, 2009, 4:54 PM On a rainy day in late March, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., stood on the floor of the Senate and called for more protected wilderness around Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. The date was March 25,...

Crag Law Center heads to Court for the Tillamook State Forest

Crag Law Center heads to Court for the Tillamook State Forest

For the last two years, Crag has worked with our client - the Northwest Environmental Defense Center and our co-counsel - the Washington Forest Law Center on a case to protect rivers in the Tillamook State Forest from the impacts of logging roads.  On Wednesday of...

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