Take a look at a few ways to get involved in your community and environment! All of these events are free and open to the public. Take some time to learn about your local environment and what we can all do to create a livable future in Central Oregon. We hope to see you out there!
A recent bombastic opinion column by Victor Chudowsky muddies the water on Tumalo Creek and needs correction.
The integration of land use and transportation systems can have a big impact on how far people have to drive every day, and whether or not they use alternative forms of transportation.
This year's frightfully warm winter, as predicted by climate change models, means there will be less snowpack to buffer forest fires during fire season. The repercussions might include losing wildfire insurance for the state.