Forestry | Recreation | Land | Economy | Communities | News | Fish & Wildlife | EnvironmentOPB | April 24, 2015 2:15 p.m. | Ashland, Oregon
A federal lands agency releases several versions of its latest plan for opening up logging on some of Oregon's public forestland.
A call for help from a rural gold miner led more than 100 protesters, many of them armed, to gather outside Medford's Bureau of Land Management office.
A granddaughter of tire magnate Les Schwab plans to close a gravel road in Central Oregon that leads to some of the best elk hunting grounds in the West.
One of the claimholders of a southwestern Oregon gold mine has asked armed supporters to back off while he works out his differences with federal regulators.
Mount Rainier National Park has stopped taking reservations for the popular Wonderland Trail because of a overwhelming surge in demand this year.
As the tourist season approaches, the expanded Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve may not be all that accessible.
Flora and Fauna | Forestry | Land | Communities | Water | Fish & Wildlife | EnvironmentOPB | April 6, 2015 1 a.m. | Ashland, Oregon
The landmark plan was meant to end the Timber Wars in the Northwest. It signaled a historic shift in how public lands were managed – by maintaining biodiversity instead of keeping timber production high.
A new report by the Portland city auditor found the city lacks a comprehensive inventory of its buildings and land.
Technology | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | Science | LandIdaho Public Television | March 31, 2015 midnight | LEODORE, Idaho
University of Idaho wildlife scientists team up with a crew from Florida to deploy unmanned aircraft. A growing number of researchers are using airborne technology to assess the health of the land, water, and wildlife.