Environment | Business | Water | Sustainability | local | News
The city of Portland is being sued over its plan to use up to $12 million from a surcharge on customers’ sewer bills to help pay to plan the Portland Harbor Superfund clean up.
Science | Recreation | Economy | Environment | Water | local | NW Life
In a tourist town, businesses can live or die with one bad season. So when rumors of Agent Orange contaminating a lake near Joseph, Oregon started to take off, residents braced for the worst.
Environment | Health | Communities | Water | local | NW Life
In a series of health advisories issued, beachgoers are advised not to swim, wade or even touch “creeks, pools of water on the beach, or in discolored water, and to stay clear of water runoff flowing into the ocean.
Environment | News | Water | local
Environmental officials say lab tests from northeast Oregon’s Wallowa Lake have found no detection of herbicides.
City of Salem officials are now testing blue-green algae levels seven days a week.
Fish & Wildlife | local | Business | Water | Sustainability | Environment | Pacific Ocean | Agriculture | News | Animals
The booming population of a native species of Northwest shrimp threatens the oyster beds of Washington's Willapa Bay and a coastal way of life.
Science | local | Water | Environment | Health | Agriculture | News
Despite initial fears about Agent Orange, the barrels seem to have been full of lake water, though the EPA is waiting for test results to confirm that the water and barrels are indeed clean.
Environment | News | Fish & Wildlife | Water | local
The fight to save Columbia River salmon could hinge on a major battle taking place in the basin’s biggest reservoir. It pits biologists against a fish: The invasive northern pike.
Officials in the city of Myrtle Creek, Oregon are giving the "all clear" to water that was likely compromised by a nearby fuel spill.