A tour of northwest wilderness areas marks the 50th year of the Act that preserved them.
Christmas greens from our local forests also bring green to the northwest's economy.
The only hawk that dives into water for food was threatened by humans and now thrives.
Portland's weirdness comes out in an impromptu version of an 800 Norwegian ski race.
Two men try to breed stronger bees that can survive winter in Portland
Long before the snowboarders show up, the snowcat sculptors are hard at work...
Veteran Chad Brown deals with PTSD through fly-fishing and he's bringing the art to youth.
April, 2015 is the 50th anniversary of Oregon's oldest wildflower show.
Sandhill cranes can fly 35 miles per hour and go hundreds of miles non-stop.
Kids learn nature and survival skills via zombie apocalypse role-playing camp.
Ranchers and biologists act now to prevent endangered listings for sage grouse.
Tim Palmer has written 22 guidebooks to nature, rivers, and wild places.
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