• POTUS’ Memo Brings Much Needed Consistency to Natural Resource Mitigation

    By on November 4, 2015

    When federal policies are clear, work similarly across agencies, and are implemented consistently, private investment in natural resource restoration can occur because the risk of uncertainty for how agencies implement federal policies is minimized.

    Read more
    0
  • 7 Reasons Why You Should Care About Floodplains

    By on October 23, 2015

    So why should you care about floodplains? There are many reasons, but we’ve narrowed it to 7.

    Read more
    0
  • The Value of Water

    By on October 6, 2015

    This week, the Value of Water Coalition asks us to Imagine a Day Without Water, which is no simple task. When you think about the Northwest, the first thought is water. Water falling from the sky and flowing though the colossal Columbia River. You think about months…

    Read more
    0
  • The Road Ahead for the Not-Listed Sage-Grouse

    By on September 22, 2015

    With today’s decision, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has expressed confidence in a new way of doing species conservation. They have sent a clear message that the specific tools used to achieve conservation goals are less important than demonstrating outcomes. If the states make rapid progress on implementation…

    Read more
    0
  • Saving Sage-Grouse in Oregon: All Lands, All Threats

    By on September 18, 2015

    With the September 30th listing decision deadline approaching, 11 western states, including Oregon, are sharing hope that upfront investments to protect sage-grouse will mean sagebrush ecosystems are on the path to recovery, and the bird no longer meets the criteria to be listed as threatened or endangered. In Oregon,…

    Read more
    0

Recent Posts

Subscribe to Our Blog

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 36 other subscribers