Breaking News Archives
Keith Hansen became one with the Dean River on August 13, 2009. Pacific Rivers Council will miss him tremendously.
Oregon Forest Management Plan Flunks Salmon Test: Fish Agency Says Major Changes Needed to Protect Salmon on the Elliott State Forest
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Roadless Area Protections: President Obama Has Pledged To Support and Defend Nationwide Protections
USFWS reconsiders practice surrounding the economics of Critical Habitat designation and reopens a public comment period.
Salazar and Locke Restore Scientific Consultations under the Endangered Species Act to Protect Species and their Habitats
New Report, coauthored by Chris Frissell, Director of Science and Conservation at Pacific Rivers Council, examines the efficacy of the Northwest Forest Plan
The Pacific Northwest Region of the Forest Service just released a draft report on the success of the Legacy Roads and Trails Initiative which began in 2008.
In a memorandum issued March 9, 2009, President Barack Obama explained that science and technology are essential to achieving a number of national goals
The federal economic stimulus package appropriates $650 million to the United States Forest Service for multiple projects related to watershed restoration
This incredible documentary shows the destruction of the December storm of 2007
Conservation and timber industry testify in support of old-growth protection and restoration legislation
PRC's Director of Science and Conservation attends National Science Forum on Forest Service Planning Rules
Oregon Board of Forestry Approves Increased Timber Harvest in the Clatsop and Tillamook State Forests
Federal science team finds Oregon Coastal Coho threatened by declining freshwater habitat conditions on non-federal lands
DeFazio, Wyden and Merkley Push To Protect Natural Treasures On Three Legacy Rivers In Southwest Oregon From Mining
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