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“The good news is they didn’t go up,” says Angus Duncan, speaking about greenhouse gas emissions in Oregon over the past decade. But, he adds, “the bad news is they didn’t go down.” For the past eight years, Duncan has chaired the Oregon Global Warming Commission, a group that makes

The Fair is a Veritable Smorgasbord Bring on the elephant ears, cotton candy and hot dogs—it’s fair time! Or perhaps try the zucchini fritters? The Rogue Valley Food System Network invites everyone to check out their interactive and tasty display in the Padgham Pavilion at the Jackson County Fair July

Breathing Room The Kalmiopsis wilderness. Hard to find. Harder to pronounce. And even harder to protect. The rugged and resource rich patch of wilderness home to the Smith, Illinois and Rogue rivers has been a prime target for resource extraction companies for a long time, especially nickel mines, three of