Opinion: Follow Biden’s lead and protect Oregon’s old-growth on national public lands
This article was published in the Oregonian Jan 15, 2023
- Published: Jan. 15, 2023, 6:15 a.m.
News Updates from Greenwire regarding forest carbon storage
In the latest update to proposed regulations, the Forest Service said it’s weighing a new measure to allow for underground carbon [...]
Umpqua Watersheds highlighted in the local paper
The News Review coverage of MLK River cleanup event
Martin Luther King, Jr Day of Service
Press release for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
Oregon, Northern California Coastal Chinook Salmon Move Closer to Endangered Species Protection
For Immediate Release, January 11, 2023Contact:
Meg Townsend, Center for Biological Diversity, (971) 717-6409, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanley Petrowski, Umpqua Watersheds, (541) 825-3070, email@example.com
Liz Perkin, [...]
ARCHIE CREEK REVISITED: Lessons From Pacific Northwest Megafires?
Ken Carloni, Ph.D.
Two years ago, I wrote an article in the 100 Valleys on the Archie Creek Fire and its implications for future forest management1. Recently, [...]
By Robbin Schindele.
Happy Holidays everyone, may all the best come to you and yours during this joyous time of year. There’s plenty of snow at Crater Lake as this [...]
AMERICORPS AND EDUCATION UPDATE
By Jessica Saxton
It’s been about four months since I joined the United Communities AmeriCorps, serving with Umpqua Watersheds as the Environmental Education and Outreach Leader. During this time, I’ve [...]
New AmeriCorps Service Member
Hello, Umpqua Watersheds community. My name is Jessica Saxton, and I am the new Environmental Education and Outreach Leader for Umpqua Watersheds via the United Communities AmeriCorps program.
I am dual [...]