Colder temperatures moving into Oregon in the coming days could help with building, maintaining snowpack. “Below 4,000 feet, some of that snow has melted off and so we don’t have quite as much snow as we typically do this time of the year,” says a National Weather Service meteorologist.
The federal government, states of Oregon and Washington, along with private companies, are interested in developing and commercializing renewable hydrogen to cut greenhouse gas emissions, create new jobs and help decarbonize the energy grid.
A request to list several populations of Chinook salmon as endangered was approved for review by the National Marine Fisheries Service this week. One population lives along the Oregon Coast and the other farther south along the Oregon-California border.