Firefighters report making progress on the Cable Crossing Fire on Monday.
Two Oregon wolves wearing radio collars moved into new parts of the state, prompting state biologists to establish new Areas of Known Wolf Activity.
Lightning sparked more than a dozen new fires on the Umpqua Natonal Forest on Saturday.
Residents forced to evacuate last week in the face of the Stouts Fire were allowed to return to their homes on Sunday.
The arrival of the blue moon gave photographers ample reason to enjoy a marvelous night in the moonlight.
Contractors are replacing two culverts on Forest Road 4775-011 by Soda Springs Dam; the work started July 30.
The Bureau of Land Management, United States Forest Service and Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians will be training them.
This is due to a scheduled precautionary disinfection process being performed to ensure the safety of the drinking water.
The annual Pepsi Float is Saturday.
The annual spring wildlife survey in the Rogue River Wilderness captured dozens of high-resolution images of carnivores and other wildlife.
Oregon State University researchers have patented a new strain of a succulent red marine algae called dulse that grows extraordinarily quickly, is packed full of protein and has an unusual trait when it is cooked.
ODFW says he is well known to many local anglers, guides, conservation groups and other natural resource professionals. He was ODFW’s STEP biologist for the past seven years, working with volunteers and angling groups to improve fishing and fishery resources in the Umpqua basin.
A grandfather and his grandson hiking Saturday heard a loud thump that led them to save the life of a climber.
On the Umpqua National Forest, this means no campfires in the Mt. Thielsen, Rogue-Umpqua Divide and Boulder Creek wildernesses.
Evidence suggests two grass fires this week were intentionally set, the Douglas Forest Protective Association said.