According to news sources, outside voice continue to hound Oregon and PGE officials over the proposal to build two natural gas plants in Boardman, OR. They were slated to replace the coal fired plant when it goes offline in the near future.
At six public hearings to be held in June and July from Pennsylvania to Seattle, the Bureau of Land Management wants your input on their Coal Program. Now, if you can't attend, here's information on making your voice heard. While we in the West don't rely on it (Washington state's only coal-fired plant has already closed), coal trains and storage depots for export are a big topic in Washington sta
The Oregon Wildlife Refuge protestors were just the latest event in an ongoing decades-old battle between the federal government and environmentalists, and local citizens and ranchers in Eastern Oregon. Now, environmentalists want to take away a huge chunk of grazing and recreation land.