Oyster recovery projects on both coasts seeking funds to expand
By WAYNE PARRY
Oyster populations are down about 85 percent since the 1800s, but hundreds of organizations are working to start or expand oyster colonies.
Idaho considers plan to manage aquifer as water levels plummet
By LUKE RAMSETH
While there is disagreement about what to do about it, most everyone agrees there is a big problem with the East Snake Plain Aquifer, one of the most productive in the world.
EPA to limit emissions from aircraft
By MICHAEL BIESECKER
Tighter fuel-efficiency standards have faced stiff opposition from aircraft makers and commercial airlines.
$3M gifts will fix trails in two parks
Large donations will help Olympic and Mount Rainier national parks tackle mounting trail maintenance challenges.
Oregon timber harvest down 8% for 2015
Oregon's timber harvest dropped below 4 billion board feet in 2015, snapping a two-year run above that benchmark, according to statistics released Monday by the state Department of Forestry.
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