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By Farm Bureau Federation, Activists have grown rich by suing the government and reaping billions of taxpayers’ dollars – and all in secret. The U.S. Department of Interior, however, has issued an order to curb this abuse of basic, democratic processes and to open backroom deals to public scrutiny. The American Farm Bur

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By Oregon Farm Bureau, Attn. Farm Bureau members: We’ve been informed that fake emails are being sent asking you to “review and update your membership to avoid revoking of your license” (see example below). This is a scam; please do not respond, nor click on the attached PDF in the email. All Farm Bureau members [R

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By Oregon Prosperity Project, Oregon always has been an agricultural state, with all parts of the state contributing. There’s wheat, beef, potatoes and onions from Eastern Oregon; grass seed, vegetables and nuts from the Willamette Valley; and fruit from the Columbia River Gorge and Southern Oregon. Oregon’s ability to

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National Cattlemen Beef Association Press Release, The National Cattlemen Beef Association and PLC encouraged by Secretary Zinke’s Order on “Sue and Settle” Ethan Lane, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and NCBA Federal Lands, issued the following statement in response to the Department of Int

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By Oregon Sportsmen Association The state’s first confirmed fatal wild cougar attack occurred on Mt. Hood in September this year and has made national headlines and international headlines.  The body of 55-year old Gresham woman, Diana Bober, was discovered near a Mt. Hood hiking trail.  The police autopsy showed si

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By Jeff Stone, OAN Executive Director As the fall campaign season ramps up during September, voters will be learning more about the candidates running for various leadership positions. U.S. Congress, the Oregon Legislature, county commissioners, city councils — they’ll all be on the ballot. Oregon also has a long histor

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By Oregonians for Food and Shelter, As the November election approaches, we are once again excited to be participating in an effort to encourage the participation of agricultural, forestry, and rural populations of Oregon in the voting process. I Farm I Vote is a movement throughout Oregon that started in 2016 to give farme

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Video courtesy of CBS,

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National Cattlemen Beef Association, Consumer Reports’ article “What’s Really in Your Meat?” is nothing more than sensationalist journalism. The article, which bases its findings on unconfirmed residue screening tests of meat, draws false and misleading conclusions meant to deceive consumers and reduce the consu

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By Natural Resource News Note, The Oregonian has a series of lovely and encouraging photos from photographer Mark Graves.  Please see the photo exhibit here.

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By Congressman Greg Walden, “We are hostages in our own homes.” That’s how Jennifer, a mother from Medford, described to me what communities in Southern Oregon and across the West are enduring yet again: a summer filled with smoke and fire. Jennifer continued in her letter to me saying, “my children are robbed of be

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By Natural Resource Report, Two wolf pups were captured on video in Mount Hood this summer. This makes it the first time a pair of breeding wolves have been witnessed in the Cascades in a long time. The Oregonian further reports, “Today, we let out a huge howl knowing that a wolf pack is rightly […]

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By American Farm Bureau Federation, The following statement regarding the announcement of trade progress with Mexico can be attributed to American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall: “Farmers and ranchers are ready to move forward on trade with our nearest neighbors. Farm Bureau is excited about this announceme

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by Robyn H. Smith Oregon’s Beef Blog “All of the pasture on the ranch was destroyed. Winter wheat for fall, winter pasture, gone,” said rancher, David Brewer. David runs his cattle operation on 2,800 acres outside of The Dalles, Oregon. David roughly estimated that of his 2,800 acre property, 1,500 acres were dest

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Natural Resource News Note, This week the Trump administration reached a settlement with the Center for Biological Diversity, Turtle Island Restoration Network and the Native American tribal group called the Wishtoyo Foundation. The Trump administration will now designate certain habitat along the Pacific Ocean for endanger

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By Oregon Small Business Association An overwhelming response from people seeking to grow and sell recreational marijuana has prompted the Oregon Liquor Control Commission to temporarily halt processing of new applications for licenses. As of June 15, the OLCC will focus on processing applications already submitted rather t

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By National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Colin Woodall, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, released the following statement in response to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) report B-329504: “Radical environmental activists and their allies in Congress fi

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By California Farm Bureau, Already, here in August, nearly 1 million acres of California land has burned as a result of wildfires. During all of 2017—a year that included three of the eight most destructive fires on record—total acreage was about 1.2 million. We certainly face a crisis: With numbing regularity, Californ

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US Senator Ron Wyden, Sen. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley today asked Travel Oregon to update its 2017 wildfire study to capture the additional impact of this year’s wildfires on the normally robust outdoor recreation and tourism economy in Oregon. The senators said the agency’s previous research on the impact of the 2017 w

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By Oregon Farm Bureau SALEM, OREGON, August 16, 2018 – The following statement may be attributed to Oregon Farm Bureau Public Policy Counsel Mary Anne Cooper. “Despite outcry from thousands of farm and ranch families from across the nation, today’s ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina m

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By California Farm Bureau, As the U.S. Department of Agriculture writes rules for how it will distribute $12 billion in assistance funding to farmers negatively affected by international trade disputes, California agricultural leaders are working to ensure farmers who grow specialty crops receive a fair share of the one-tim

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By Oregon Farm Bureau, At the annual awards ceremony at the Oregon State Fair, families from across the state will receive recognition for operating as Century or Sesquicentennial (150-year) Farm or Ranch.  The 2018 ceremony will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2018, at 11:00 am at the Oregon State Fair.  The public recog

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Natural Resource News Note, On August 6th, President Trump tweeted: “California wildfires are being magnified & made so much worse by the bad environmental laws which aren’t allowing massive amounts of readily available water to be properly utilized. It is being diverted into the Pacific Ocean. Must also tree cl

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The Mendocino wildfire is now the largest wildfire in California history.

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Congressman Greg Walden, Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River)  spoke in southern Oregon — where communities have faced unhealthy air quality from surrounding wildfires — to call for forest management reforms in the upcoming Farm Bill.  Walden secured sweeping improvements to federal forest policy in the 2

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By Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, The North American Non-Lead Partnership — formed late last year by the Oregon Zoo, The Peregrine Fund and the Institute for Wildlife Studies — seeks to expand the coalition of hunters, anglers and other conservationists dedicated to improving ecosystem and wildlife health by ch

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By American Farm Bureau Federation, The following statement may be attributed to American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall: “White House trade advisor Peter Navarro’s recent comments that the damage this trade war is doing to certain sectors of the U.S. economy, of which we all know includes agriculture, is

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Dr. Daniel Swain showcases the NASA imagery of the Western fires, saying “Another evening of ominous satellite imagery depicting a vast sea of wildfire smoke from fires in northern California, southern Oregon, and Nevada. I count at least 7 distinct pyrocumulus towers from large, actively-burning fires.”

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By Oregonians For Food and Shelter, Last month, we shared with you the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission’s consideration of uplisting the marbled murrelet from “threatened” to “endangered.” After receiving many comments through email, and testimony at the hearing in Baker City, from natural

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By Oregon Cattlemen Association, It is with heavy hearts that we continue to witness the mass destruction and devastation caused by wildfires that continue to rage across Oregon, affecting ranching families. Not only have these ranchers lost horses, feed and beef cattle, one farmer lost his life trying to prevent fire from

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