Victory at Oregon Supreme Court protects 55 acres of farmland
1000 Friends and Friends of Marion County defeat proposal to pave over farmland
Press Release | Farm Protection, Conservation Groups Challenge Controversial Columbia River Industrial Port Expansion
The Intersection of Land Use Planning and LGBTQ+ History
The month of October is LGBTQ+ History Month. This month marks a time to educate ourselves on the rich history of LGBTQ+ Oregonians, acknowledge historical and current discrimination, celebrate hard-won policy victories, and recommit our efforts to make Oregon a more inclusive place to live for us all.
Indigenous Peoples' Day 2021
A Q&A with our 2021 Gerhardt Intern, Bridget O'Brien
Senate Bill 16 is a detrimental land use policy
The Interstate Bridge Replacement Project is an equity and climate disaster
Victory in Polk County Preserves 228 Acres of Farmland
What record-setting temperatures mean for Oregon's farmers
Oregon is known for its temperate weather, not the three-digit, record-setting temperatures we experienced at the end of June and into early July. Some parts of the state reached 117 degrees, not far from the average temperature of Death Valley, home of the world record for the highest temperature ever recorded.