thurston hills

Rachael McDonald

A few dozen activists and concerned citizens gathered in front of the Seneca Sawmills in Eugene Thursday morning to protest a logging project near Springfield. They wore masks—kept their distance, and held signs decrying clear-cuts on public land.


Coutesy of Chris Banducci / Cascadia Wildlands

A logging project near Springfield is set to go forward after the Bureau of Land Management this week issued a decision. But, environmental groups are sounding the alarm with concerns over fire danger.

Courtesy of Chris Banducci- Cascadia Wildlands

A federal judge has ruled against the Bureau of Land Management’s plans to log on a tract adjacent to the Thurston Hills Natural Area in Springfield. 

Brian Bull / KLCC

If you visit the University of Oregon this week, you may spot a tree dweller 70 feet off the ground, protesting climate change.