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Anyone who has taken a recent drive in America’s western states can see first-hand what we at American Farmland Trust have been saying for years: our farmland is disappearing at an alarming rate.
The Oregon House has approved a bill requiring notification of affected landowners when open range may be converted to a livestock district where farm animals can’t roam freely.
My name is Richard Welsh and I am the Executive Director of the NationalAssociation of Reversionary Property Owners. Since 1987 NARPO has repr…
Joseph Branch Trail Consortium filed a Conditional Use Permit with the Wallowa County Planning Commission on Jan. 9. The permit was denied 5-1…
Legislation aimed at reducing crop damage from elk has pitted Oregon agriculture groups against hunting organizations that say the proposals will allow for irresponsible killing.
Opponents of a rail-to-trail project gather in McMinnville, Ore., March 28 after Yamhill County decided to proceed with the proposal.
McMINNVILLE, Ore. — A controversial rail-to-trail project has won the approval of elected officials in Oregon’s Yamhill County but is likely to face continued opposition.
Oregon farmers and hunters disagree about two bills aimed at reducing elk damage by changing tag requirements.
What happens when the balancing act between the human population and nature is thrown off? Is it more important to protect the man-made infras…