CLIMATE NEWS

Industry Attack on Portland Fossil Fuel Policy Fails

Industry Attack on Portland Fossil Fuel Policy Fails

Oregon Supreme Court Declines Review, Leaving in Place Oregon Court of Appeals Ruling in Favor of Portland's Fossil Fuel Ordinance July 31, 2018 (Portland, Ore.) –– Today a coalition of public interest groups celebrated news that opponents to Portland's fossil fuel...

Zoning Portland for a Stable Climate

Zoning Portland for a Stable Climate

When it comes to protecting the climate, we often find ourselves playing defense against massive fossil fuel development proposals that threaten our communities and environment. In the Pacific Northwest, we have experienced an onslaught of fossil fuel export proposals...

Protecting Farmland for our Food and our Future

Protecting Farmland for our Food and our Future

Take a drive down the winding rural roads north of Clatskanie, Oregon. Meandering through this part of Columbia County, one cannot help but feel a sense of appreciation while observing some of the best farmland in the country. On these agricultural lands in the...

COMMUNITIES NEWS

Second Win for Farmland at Port Westward

Second Win for Farmland at Port Westward

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals rejected Columbia County's second attempt to open 837 acres of high-value agricultural land along the Columbia River to industrial development. The Port of St. Helens proposes doubling the size of its rural Port Westward property...

Zoning Portland for a Stable Climate

Zoning Portland for a Stable Climate

When it comes to protecting the climate, we often find ourselves playing defense against massive fossil fuel development proposals that threaten our communities and environment. In the Pacific Northwest, we have experienced an onslaught of fossil fuel export proposals...

Protecting Farmland for our Food and our Future

Protecting Farmland for our Food and our Future

Take a drive down the winding rural roads north of Clatskanie, Oregon. Meandering through this part of Columbia County, one cannot help but feel a sense of appreciation while observing some of the best farmland in the country. On these agricultural lands in the...

THE WILD NEWS

Long Effort to protect Cooper Spur Hangs in the Balance

Long Effort to protect Cooper Spur Hangs in the Balance

For nearly two decades, Crag has supported Hood River Valley community members in protecting the north side of Mt. Hood at Cooper Spur and protecting the upper valley’s water supplies and agricultural communities.  Background In 2001, through a land trade with Hood...

Crag Files Lawsuit to Protect Old Growth and Threatened Wildlife

Crag Files Lawsuit to Protect Old Growth and Threatened Wildlife

Crag Files Lawsuit to Protect Old Growth and Endangered Wildlife by Meriel Darzen | Apr 30, 2020 | Public Lands News, Wildlife News |Even as the country is hunkered down, weathering a massive crisis, the Trump administration is allowing destructive activities to...

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