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By Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, The Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted administrative rules for the salvage of roadkilled deer and elk during its meeting in Klamath Falls today. The new rules are due to the passage of SB 372 by the 2017 Oregon State Legislature and take effect on Jan. 1, 2019. Highlights [̷

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By National Cattlemen Beef Association, The announcement that R-CALF will be allowed to expand its activist-funded crusade against state beef councils is a disappointment to countless beef producers and NCBA members across America. The phony allegations being perpetuated by R-CALF and its activist legal partners are with

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By Oregon Family Farm Association, There were two taxes on the Oregon ballot that concerned Oregon farmers and ranchers.   One was Measure 103 which would have placed a constitutional ban on taxing groceries in Oregon.   Oregon Measure 103 failed by 57% with 43% support. The other was Measure 104 which would have co

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By Oregonians for Food and Shelter It is not a presidential election year, but there are many important races and measures that will be decided this November. The most important race this year is the race for governor, where the Democrat incumbent Kate Brown is facing a strong challenger in Republican Knute Buehler. Oreg

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By Greg Walden, Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) attended a ceremony at the White House  for the signing of a landmark water package that includes drought relief for farmers in the Klamath Basin. Walden secured a key provision in the America’s Water Infrastructure Act, which President Trump signed into law to

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American Farm Bureau Federation, The following statement should be attributed to Zippy Duvall, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation: “The American Farm Bureau Federation is pleased that President Trump today signed into law the Support for Patients and Communities Act, a measure that promises help in the fi

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By Wall Street Journal Editorial, If Democrats retake Congress in November, a national carbon tax is likely to be part of their agenda. A referendum in Washington state next month is a test of public support. Two years ago nearly 60% of Washington voters rejected a ballot initiative to impose a “revenue neutral” carb

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From Oregonians for Food and Shelter As we face increasing challenges in Oregon, it can be easy to become discouraged with the entire political process. It can feel like rural Oregon is forgotten, and that there’s no way to make a difference. Fortunately, that can’t be further from the truth. From legislative races,

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By Oregon Attorney General Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced the State of Oregon received $13 million in a major settlement with both solar developer Tesla Energy Solutions (formerly known as SolarCity) and its accounting firm, Novogradac & Company LLP. The settlement resolves allegations that SolarCi

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National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) will highlight the food safety and product labeling expertise of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) during a two-day public meeting on lab-grown fake meat. The public meeting, hosted jointly by USDA and the Food and Drug Ad

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American Forest Resource Council, Environmentalist groups have dropped their challenge to the Quartz Project on the Umpqua National Forest after failing to obtain an injunction against the project in federal court. On October 11, United States District Court Judge Michael McShane denied the groups’ motion for a prelimi

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Robyn H. Smith Oregon Cattlemen’s Association, Oregon’s Beef Blog Ted Birdseye, a Southern Oregon rancher, is starting to feel like he’s destined to be involved in the wolf debate. The problem started in January, when Birdseye had three confirmed calf kills in a period of eight days. Later, he had two bulls

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Wall Street Journal editorial board, In the movie “Field of Dreams,” someone asks the lead character played by Kevin Costner if this is heaven? No, he says, “it’s Iowa.” But it is political heaven if you’re a corn farmer who sells to ethanol refiners, as President Trump is proving this week with one more

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By Oregon Family Farm Association, Northwest Interagency Coordination Center data pegs the total cost of the summer wildfire at $512 million a new state record. Oregon had a total of 1,880 fires that burned through 846,411 acres or 1,322 square miles. The popular Oregon Shakespeare festival lost $2 million in cancelled p

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By Oregon Association of Nurseries, The popularity of drones, aka unmanned aerial vehicles or systems (UAVs/UASs), has dramatically increased over the past decades. Like global positioning (GPS) technology, walkie-talkies and Jeeps, drones initially were developed for military use. Although the U.S. Air Force’s Predato

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By US Attorney Oregon District, Theodore B. Holbrook, 37, and George J. Arauz, Jr., 45, both of Gresham, Oregon, were sentenced to 36 months in federal prison for defrauding 50 investors of nearly $2.5 million using a sham energy technology start-up company. Holbrook and Arauz were also ordered to pay more than $2.3 mill

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By Oregon Forests Forever As you know, it’s been a long hot summer in Oregon and one that has been particularly bad for forest fires. Thankfully, more than 6,000 brave wildland firefighters have stepped up to protect our forests and communities. Many of you have shared your gratitude on Oregon Forest Forever’s Facebo

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By Natural Resource Note, Nappa Valley producer, Copper Cane Wines & provisions, has released a new wine called Willametter Journal. Many see the wine as implying it is from the Willamette Valley Viticultural Area which is a federally designated region. A complaint has been filed and could have abig impact on wine la

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Congressman Dan Newhouse, Congressman Sean Duffy (R-WI) and Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA) released the following statements after bipartisan legislation they introduced to return management of gray wolves to state control advanced in the House of Representatives. The House Natural Resources Committee approved the legis

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By Oregon Sportsmen Association, Oregon wildlife biologists are enlisting the aid of hunters to determine why the state’s population of mule deer has dropped by nearly 10 percent in the past dozen years. Biologists at the Starkey Project, a joint wildlife research project southwest of La Grande between the Oregon Depar

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National Association of Wheat Growers, The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released details of the $12 billion package of aid to farmers hurt by retaliation resulting from the U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods. According to the USDA press announcement, assistance to wheat growers will be 14¢/bushel. NAWG President and

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By Oregon Family Farm Association, A horse can’t talk, despite Hollywood’s best attempts to make it seem so, and it can’t file a lawsuit against its owner, either, according to an Oregon judge. Animal rights activist lawyers filed a $100,000 lawsuit against the owner of Justice, an 8-year-old lice-infested horse fo

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Idaho Governor C.L.Otter and several Republicans leaders are trying to join a lawsuit to stop more restrictions regarding protecting the greater sage grouse. The Spokesman Review has more: An Idaho ranch’s attempt to block U.S. efforts to protect the greater sage grouse has attracted the support of Gov. C.L. “Butch

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By Oregon Sportsmen Association, Melting snow last month unveiled the carcasses of 19 elk likely killed by an avalanche a year ago on Broken Top mountain peak east of Bend, Oregon. Hikers discovered the carcasses of the dead animals near the Broken Top and No Name Lake, according to The Bulletin in Bend. Jamie Bowles [̷

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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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