Central Oregon LandWatch recognizes the urgent need to increase housing choices for people across the income spectrum. We also believe that existing Bend residents should be considered in the planning process as much as developers and potential new residents.
Today, Central Oregon LandWatch filed a detailed challenge to a Forest Service decision to carve up the Ochoco National Forest by creating a 137-miles off-road vehicle (ORV) route system.
This questionnaire will help ODOT better understand your experience using highways in cities and must be filled out by June 30, 2017.
A vast majority of LandWatch's work centers around Oregon's state wide land use planning system, but the importance of preserving public lands on a national level is not lost on us.
A new study, released May 10, 2017, finds that when it comes to allocating water from the Upper Deschutes River for irrigation purposes, less is more.
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Photos: Deschutes River, Tom Beans; Mule Deer, Brent McGregor, Backstreet Bend, Matthew Hickey; Shevlin Larch, Kim Elton; Metolius River, Kim Elton