The Army Corps of Engineers has rejected a call for an area-wide review of all proposed Northwest coal terminals.
After a week-long delay, Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has finally signed the so-called “benefit companies” bill that aims to attract “socially conscious entrepreneurs to Oregon.”
A commercial tree farm near Prineville is being marketed as a possible carbon sink.
Ochoco Lumber Co. is selling its 32,475-acre Foley Butte Block ponderosa pine farm in a sealed bid auction. The published reserve price is $18.5 million, or about $569 an acre.
Could Oregon lose its only Tesla Motors dealer?
The Wall Street Journal reported this morning that auto dealers in the state are grappling with the electric car maker over Tesla’s direct sales strategies. Car dealers say that state franchise sales rules are in place for automobiles as a way to prevent manufacturers from selling vehicles for less than independent franchises.
An Oregon State University ocean researcher said debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami will continue to bring invasive species onto U.S. shores.