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Four Ladies in Tennis Shoes Display at Roseburg Library

Published January 30th, 2024

Press Release from Umpqua Watersheds

Four Ladies in Tennis Shoes

A Display at the Roseburg Public Library

1409 N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg

Feb. 1-Feb. 28

Visit the “Four Ladies [...]

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PUBLIC FORESTS ARE NOT THE PROBLEM

Published December 22nd, 2023

By Ken Carloni, PhD. Forest Ecology

Ken Carloni has studied wildfire for over 30 years and earned his doctorate researching historic fire patterns in SW Oregon. He currently consults on [...]

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Oregon Department of Forestry helping prepare landowners for Forest Practices Act rule changes

Published November 17th, 2023

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORFORESTRY/bulletins/37b706e

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) is helping to prepare forest landowners for big changes to the Forest Practices Act (FPA) that go into effect [...]

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OSU backs out of proposal to Manage Elliott State Forest

Published November 17th, 2023

https://mycof.forestry.oregonstate.edu/sites/default/files/President%20Murthy%20Letter%20to%20State%20Land%20Board%2011-13-2023.pdf

 

President Murthy Letter to State Land Board 11-13-2023

 

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Message from Department of State lands regarding the Elliott Forest

Published November 17th, 2023

https://mailchi.mp/news.dsl.oregon.gov/elliottupdate111423?e=c4889c9476

View this email in your browser A Message from DSL Director Vicki Walker November 14, 2023

Dear Elliott State Research [...]

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A WIN FOR EASTSIDE OLD GROWTH! Fall 2023

Published September 10th, 2023

by  Ken Carloni

A federal judge has found that a Trump-era rule change that allowed for the logging of old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest violates several laws.”  NPR Aug. 31, [...]

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Outreach Update: Fall 2023

Published September 10th, 2023

We are making progress on the Umpqua Outback Community Space! As expected, it is a slow process and will involve 4 stages [...]

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THE WINCHESTER DAM A Slow-Motion Ecological Disaster

Published September 10th, 2023

by Ken Carloni

The Winchester Dam has degraded the fish runs and aquatic habitats of the North Umpqua River for over a century. It is currently undergoing repairs that will [...]

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Winchester Dam Repairs Begin Despite Permitting Irregularities, Collapsing Summer Steelhead Run, and Fears of Another Fish Kill

Published August 3rd, 2023

MEDIA ADVISORY

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Jim McCarthy, WaterWatch of Oregon, 541-941-9450, jim@waterwatch.org

Kirk Blaine, Native Fish Society, 307-299-7834, kirk@nativefishsociety.org

 

Winchester Dam Repairs Begin Despite Permitting Irregularities, Collapsing [...]

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Umpqua Outback Covered Stage and Community Space

Published July 1st, 2023

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