A quick dive into Oregon’s only national park
With an explosive history that dates back roughly 7,700 years, Crater Lake is a natural wonder.
Scientists work to keep Oregon’s Crater Lake clear for years to come
The clarity of Crater Lake, Oregon's only national park, has remained uncompromised for decades. But other changes are afoot, many of them wrought by a warming climate. Some of these changes have profound implications for the lake’s ecology — and perhaps for its iconic appearance.
Rediscovering Oregon’s lost Skyline Trail
A dad and daughter are retracing a lost Oregon hiking trail – one step at a time.
‘On the road': Malin to Chiloquin
From the California border through Klamath Falls, we talked to people in hardware stores, diners, mobile home parks and campgrounds.
Becoming American At The Edge Of Crater Lake
Immigrants from all over the world took the Oath of Citizenship at the Fourth of July ceremony on a ridge high above the lake.
7 Oregon Adventures For The Winter
With a bevy of places to ski, snowboard, snowshoe and explore in the Northwest, here are seven picks that are a great place to adventure.
Environmental Update: Crayfish
We debrief a member of the EarthFix team about one of the environmental stories she's been working on.
Wilderness Advocates Want Protections For Crater Lake
Wilderness advocates delivered thousands of signatures to Sen. Ron Wyden's office Tuesday.
Composer To Create Music Inspired By Crater Lake
The Britt Music and Arts Festival has commissioned composer Michael Gordon to create a piece of music evoking Oregon's iconic national park.