A new study sheds light on the causes and conditions behind toxic ocean algae blooms.
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Recreational fishing for salmon and steelhead will close early on the Columbia River, beginning Saturday.
Advocates for a healthier Puget Sound took a big step Tuesday in getting the same kind of coordinated recovery effort that's gone to the Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay.
Vaux's swifts are losing their roosting habitat as old chimneys get demolished. Bird advocates are testing out a homemade replacement in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
Oregon voters will soon decide whether to ban the buying and selling of certain animal products. The species covered under Measure 100 are being poached internationally at high rates.
The government and a conservation group both are offering reward money for help find whoever killed a federally protected gray wolf in South-Central Oregon.
The critical audit comes after two whistleblowers accused the Bureau of Reclamation and a local water authority of misusing public funds.
After nearly 50 years on the endangered species list, the Columbian white-tailed deer are moving up in the world. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is upgrading their status to "threatened."
The White House is honoring Oregon trawl fisherman Brad Pettinger for his environmental leadership.