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Environmentalists have failed to convince a federal judge that a 2,000-acre thinning project in Northeast Oregon’s Wallowa-Whitman National Forest violated environmental law.

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SALEM — A USDA official, Alexis Taylor, has been nominated to head the Oregon Department of Agriculture, replacing former director Katy Coba.

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Harney County rancher Travis Williams says he’s “riding the fence” on a recent anti-government proposal to stop paying fees for grazing on public lands.

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Divers equipped with suction hoses began this week removing flowering rush from sites on the Columbia River where the irrigation canal-clogging weed was discovered last year.

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Federal standards for the welfare of egg-laying hens suffered a defeat when they failed to make it into the farm bill legislation voted out of the agriculture committees in the U.S. House and …

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TUMWATER, Wash. -- Ken and Bonnie Miller's tree farm is well off the beaten track, but plenty of folks have found their way to their home in the woods. Over the past 20 years, the Millers have…

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A crowd of Army National Guard troops, city leaders and media watched as the 14-foot-long drone — or unmanned aerial vehicle — revved for several minutes on a slingshot-like platform before fl…

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Blueberry grower Verne Gingerich and Connie Kirby of the Northwest Food Processors Association are among six honorees the Oregon Department of Agriculture will salute at this year's Agricultur…

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SALEM -- The Oregon Department of Agriculture plans to dedicate the bulk of its wolf compensation fund this year to reimbursement for livestock losses, according to Director Katy Coba.

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SALEM -- The Oregon Department of Agriculture plans to dedicate the bulk of its wolf compensation fund this year to reimbursement for livestock losses, according to Director Katy Coba.

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Oregon berry industries are sponsoring training to educate farmers on how to prevent on-farm microbial contamination of produce. The "train the trainers" workshops are free, for any Oregon pro…