New Issue: November 15th, 2012
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Talking About Housing
November 13, 2014
For Those With and Without It
Meet the Benton County Skateboarding Alliance
October 16, 2014
Skaters Want to Beautify Downtown… Eventually
Candidates to Talk Health Care
October 2, 2014
Future of Insurance and Medicine on the Docket
Bass Season is Upon Us
May 8, 2014
Here's how they behave... and, the rewards
Can Corvallis Hack It?
April 10, 2014
A Palo Alto techie transplant weighs in
Summer Drought in the Willamette Basin?
April 3, 2014
The numbers are in
Beneath the Turf
February 20, 2014
Hunting white truffles in the Willamette Valley
Willamette Valley Distilleries
February 13, 2014
Look out for these local liquor artisans
In Plain Sight
November 14, 2013
Katherine Power: Penitent author or self-important killer?
Mushroom Hunting in the Valley
October 24, 2013
As Fall moves forward, so does mushroom season.
Reduced Snowpack and Earlier Snowmelts Means Less Water for the Willamette Valley
April 18, 2013
In the West, the vast majority of annual precipitation falls during the winter months. Most of it falls as snow in the mountains, where it’s conveniently stored
Willamette Partnership Gets Nod From President Obama: Annual Report
March 14, 2013
The Willamette Partnership, formed in 2004 but originating from the 1996 Governor’s Willamette Basin Task Force, released its 2011-2012 Annual Report last week—
Willamette Valley Guard Llamas: Nothing to Spit At
February 7, 2013
At least 5,500 coyotes were killed in Oregon by trappers and hunters in the 2010-2011 season—but that figure represents only those kills reported to the Ore
ODOT’s High-Speed Passenger Trains: Coming to the Willamette Valley?
January 31, 2013
The Oregon Department of Transportation is currently working on a plan to bring high-speed passenger trains to one of four proposed routes linking the Columbia
The Tiny Home Revolution: Living Big in a Tiny Space
January 17, 2013
Even before Thoreau wrote of his experiences at Walden Pond, people knew that downsizing can be an important part of living sustainably. Reducing waste, our car
Willamette Valley Takes on GMOs… Maybe. But Are They Just Sheep in Wolves’ Clothing?
January 10, 2013
Gene flow is not a new problem for American agriculture—farmers have been facing it for, well, as long as humanity has been farming (that’s about 10,000 years).
Willamette Winters and Indoor Air Pollution: A Tale of Inversion, Radon, and Toxins
December 27, 2012
As winter envelops Corvallis, residents will close their windows, shut their doors, and turn to their wood-burning stoves, gas fireplaces, and central heating s
SPECIAL REPORT: Year 2100 – Willamette Climate Change
October 11, 2012
Hubris and unintended consequences may have gotten us into this climactic mess, but there’s still the slim chance that human ingenuity and hardiness will see us through.