Federal Judge Issues Preliminary Ruling to Halt Harmful ORV Project

Federal Judge Issues Preliminary Ruling to Halt Harmful ORV Project

On August 27, Magistrate Judge Patricia Sullivan of the Oregon Federal District Court ruled that a proposal to build a 137-mile Off-Road Vehicle trail system in the Ochoco National Forest would harm elk habitat. In a victory for public lands and wildlife, Judge...
Bark – Courtney Rae

Bark – Courtney Rae

Sixty miles east of Portland, snow-covered Mt. Hood rises up from a million-acre forest. Over four million people visit this large forest every year, many coming for recreation to enjoy its beauty. Indeed, local nonprofit Bark brings Oregonians on Bark-About hikes in...
Letter from the Tongass

Letter from the Tongass

In 1879 on his first trip to Southeast Alaska in what is now the Tongass National Forest, naturalist and wilderness lover John Muir was overcome by the dramatic landscape. He first witnessed the region from aboard a passenger ship, sailing through the island...
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