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BLM Cancels 88 Acres of Logging along the Molalla River

The Salem office of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has dropped 88 acres of logging from a timber sale surrounding the Upper Molalla River called “Hole in the Road Timber Management Project”

January Ecology Club: Searching for Bigfoot

This month we will be joined by Joe Beelart, author of the newly released Oregon Bigfoot Highway, a collection of stories of Bigfoot sightings in the Clackamas watershed of Mt. Hood National Forest!

Oregonian: Gov. Kate Brown asks for new approach to Nestle water deal

by Kelly House | The Oregonian/OregonLive

http://www.oregonlive.com/environment/index.ssf/2015/11/gov_kate_brown_a...

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has asked the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to abandon its current strategy to enable Nestle bottled water plant in Cascade Locks in favor of an approach that allows more public input.

Bark Alert: 5 ways you can stop Nestle!

The water remains in our hands--with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. But this is not a done deal. In spite of overwhelming public opposition, the process is about to advance again! Please take one or all of these actions right now to stop Nestlé from receiving an unprecedented exchange of state-owned water and permits for its first Pacific Northwest water bottling plant…

Protecting Freshwater Resources on Mt. Hood National Forest: Recommendations for Policy Change

The purpose of this white paper is to provide recommendations for the next revision of the Mt. Hood National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) to ensure protection and retention of the Forest’s water resources, including municipal supplies and riparian and aquatic species habitat.

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