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Table Mountain Cattle Ranch boasts 18,500 acres of hay ground, grazed range and timber, plus 10 miles of steelhead habitat in Mountain Creek. When Jim Bob Collins took…

Oregon’s South Coast sweeps 120 miles from the Coquille River to the northern border of California, encompassing 10 watersheds and 1.7 million acres of land.   On the…

Nestled in the foothills of the Oregon Coast Range with elevations sweeping from 500 feet up to 1,200 feet, Crown Hill Farm – Mochettaz & Gunderman, is a…

Anthony Boutard is many things: a sustainable local food advocate, revivor of long-lost food crops, forester and naturalist. His organic farm, Ayers Creek, sits on 144 acres in…

This story was featured in the Coalition of Oregon Land Trust’s 2016 State of the Lands Report For those who make their living off the land, Wallowa County…

  This article was first published in Capital Press on Thursday, May 11, 2017 by Eric Mortenson   Diane Daggett remembers the conversation with the woman who had just…

When driving up to McAdams Hazelnut Orchard in Gaston, it’s hard not to become mesmerized by the rolling hills that are home to this 10,000 tree hazelnut orchard.…

by Matt Alford, originally published in Oregon Business Magazine  The average Oregon farmer is 60-years old.  Over the next twenty years, many farmers will retire, and their land will…

You can mark the formation of the Umatilla Forest Collaborative Group rather simply: it started with a walk in the woods. Nothing about what preceded this walk in…

For most of the year, one might not notice the sage-grouse with grand tail feathers and chest plumage as they burrow into the more than 18 million acres…