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Nine Things Oregonians Should Know About Forest Fires

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The state of wolf recovery across the country is in peril and we need your voice to help it get back on track!
Recent reports of overly aggressive roadside logging have led to media coverage and a legislative hearing. It is imperative that the State act quickly to stop any potential ongoing abuses of this…
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On May 12th, naturalist Ethan Shaw explores the history of two of the West’s most iconic species - the mighty American…
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May 6, 2021
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C’waam and Koptu are sucker fish sacred to the Indigenous peoples of Southern Oregon. This video includes guests from the Klamath Tribes who discuss the importance of these fish,…
Apr 22, 2021
In October 2017, The Oregonian released a series starring a newborn polar bear cub named Nora, which swiftly went viral. Kale Williams who reported the story went on to win the…