Updated post #15428

Action urged on air pollution

Updated post #15508

R-G GUEST VIEWPOINT: Senate bill offers protection from aerial sprays

Updated post #15063

Oregon lawmakers backing pesticide restrictions poised to shape farm policy

Updated post #26389

Beyond Toxics to Hold ‘Right to Clean Air’ Webinar

Updated post #26387

Letter to the Editor: We live in constant threat

Updated post #26385

Jackson Co. holding PPE drive for farm employers Wednesday

Updated post #26254

Wheeler’s back yard to receive chemical soup again

Updated post #26059

El Frente de Batalla: Eugene’s Latinx community faces the brunt of COVID-19

Updated post #25994

Guest View: Police brutality, COVID-19 and climate change

Updated post #25609

Earth Day Celebrations: Small But Impactful

Updated post #25449

The Tuesday Point: An interview with Lisa Arkin

Updated post #25440

Lisa Arkin interview on KPOV radio

Updated post #25157

Free to breathe and thrive

Updated post #25133

North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection – Pesticides & Environmental Justice Presentation Feb. 29th

Updated post #25128

Pesticide Regulation Still Uncertain After GOP Walkout Prevents Vote

Updated post #25112

Going after troublesome weeds with steam

Updated post #25104

The forgotten diversity of the pioneering timbermen – Opinion by Lisa Arkin

Updated post #25094

Letter to the Editor: The forgotten diversity of the pioneering timbermen

Updated post #25056

Environmental Justice Forum Hears from Federal and State Candidates

Updated post #24989

Inaugural Environmental Justice Candidate Forums Begin in Eugene

Updated post #24916

Brown announces ‘historic’ agreement

Updated post #24912

Oregon environmental groups, timber companies strike ‘extraordinary’ compromise, signaling end to November ballot fight

Updated post #24788

Educating community about cleaner air

Updated post #24728

Oregon Lawmakers Take On Phasing Out A Controversial Pesticide, Again

Updated post #24717

Environmental Justice Effort Focuses On West Eugene

Updated post #24659

Beyond Toxics to host meeting, share west Eugene survey results Jan. 25

Updated post #24575

What’s that Smell in West Eugene? Beyond Toxics to Host Conversation about Air Pollution

Updated post #24450

LRAPA announces facilities it will review for pollution amid air quality concerns

Updated post #24388

Opinion: What are we breathing? By Lisa Arkin

Updated post #24239

SOME PEOPLE IN JACKSON COUNTY ARE WORRIED ABOUT HERBICIDES

Updated post #24068

Pesticide Spraying on Roadsides

Updated post #24018

“Protecting Our Air” Letter to the Editor – Eugene Weekly

Updated post #24010

Nontoxic roadsides for southern Oregon

Updated post #24013

Supporters of Clean Energy Bill Pass Preliminary Hurdle

Updated post #23949

EPA Supports Neighborhood Facing Toxic Air

Updated post #23901

Bee green, bee good

Updated post #23895

Guest View: Envisioning a more inclusive climate movement

Updated post #23842

Marion County gives trash burner another year to win state tax credits

Updated post #23829

Non Toxic Oregon is Here!

Updated post #23833

Talent moves toward organic park management

Updated post #23780

Oregon joins lawsuit challenging EPA over chlorpyrifos

Updated post #23733

Health and Environmental Groups Call on EPA to Revoke Glyphosate’s Registration

Updated post #23168

Eugene Stops Glyphosate Use On City Property

Updated post #23091

Eugene’s Moratorium On Glyphosate

Updated post #22968

Improving Oil Train Safety: Railroads will have to create contingency plans with HB 2209

Updated post #22964

Oregon (And The EPA) Failed To Ban This Toxic Pesticide

Updated post #22924

Protesters decry treatment of asylum seekers

Updated post #22762

Public Comment On J.H. Baxter Cleanup Ends Friday

Updated post #22767

OPINION: Reforming our exclusionary past by Pablo Alvarez

Updated post #22782

Oregon’s State Forests Under Fire

Updated post #22769

Bee City finds a new home in Eugene

Updated post #22286

Private: Megadairy regulation proposals die in Oregon Legislature as key deadline passes

Updated post #22296

Op-Ed: Sustainable farming can protect children

Updated post #22214

Oregon Aerial Pesticide Bills Get Hearings In Salem

Updated post #22225

Capitol News Conference on SB 853 and HB 3058

Updated post #22220

Rules governing weedkiller linked to Sisters tree deaths delayed

Updated post #22216

Oregon Lawmakers Consider Ban On Pesticide Chlorpyrifos

Updated post #22227

‘It kills everything, it kills birds and bees, it harms children and farm workers’

Updated post #22235

Private: Oregon bills call for restrictions on potentially harmful pesticides

Updated post #22056

Oregon Legislature Considers Pesticide Reform Bills

Updated post #21922

Talent fights weeds with organics

Updated post #21795

Private: Brooks garbage burner asks for Oregon renewable energy designation

Updated post #21681

Food Study Finds Pesticide Residues In Oregon

Updated post #21679

Waste-burning firm spreads money chasing carbon cap exemption for Brooks plant

Updated post #21441

Harmful pesticides found in common store-brand foods

Updated post #21333

Poisoned Pines In Central Oregon To Be Cut

Updated post #21320

Dead pines drive new herbicide rules in Oregon

Updated post #21101

New Campaign Demands State To Pass Equitable Environmental Policies

Updated post #21099

State rule would limit use of chemical that killed trees near Sisters

Updated post #21061

Tree deaths near Sisters spawn state investigation

Updated post #20745

Smoke Fills LCC During Slash Burn

Updated post #20453

Fighting Racism: Oregon organizations receive a two-year environmental justice grant

Updated post #20198

Act Locally: Schooling about pesticides versus pollinators

Updated post #20181

Pesticide rules won’t protect workers

Updated post #19944

As wildfire smoke clears, Oregon looks to controlled burns

Updated post #19949

HOW A RAGTAG GROUP OF OREGON LOCALS TOOK ON THE BIGGEST CHEMICAL COMPANIES IN WORLD — AND WON

Updated post #19772

Oregon Makes Case For Prescribed Fire Smoke

Updated post #19694

Eugene, Oregon, recognized as a bee-friendly city

Updated post #19681

Eugene gets bee-friendly recognition

Updated post #19668

Bumbling with the Great Old Broads

Updated post #19419

Environmental Watchdogs Have Eyes on City Policy

Updated post #19406

July 25, 2018 KSKQ radio interview with Lisa Arkin on Resilient Forests

Updated post #19416

Growing Roses Organically – TV interview with Kristina Lefever

Updated post #19400

The Oregon Coast: Your Dream Vacation Hiking and Swimming in Big Timber’s Pesticide Poisons

Updated post #19346

Clearing the Air: There’s more to Eugene’s air pollution ranking than meets the eye

Updated post #19230

More dead ponderosa pines linked to weed-killer

Updated post #19192

State: Farmworkers to ‘shelter in place’ from pesticides

Updated post #21662

Oregon OHSA: Aerial spraying allowed when farmworkers in on-site housing

Updated post #19210

State: Farmworkers to ‘shelter in place’ from pesticides

Updated post #19199

Oregon Finalizes Farmworker Pesticide Protection Standards

Updated post #19196

After unprecedented input, Oregon OSHA adopts new farmworker protection standards

Updated post #19172

Oregon Eyes Linking Toxic Air Pollution Permits to Health Risks

Updated post #19093

Oregon officials criticized for pesticides killing pines (AP)

Updated post #19089

Oregon officials criticized for pesticides killing pines

Updated post #19215

Environmental groups blast ODOT, Forest Service over pesticide error

Updated post #19073

Bee friendly, join pollinator celebration

Updated post #19063

HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF – Herbicide Spraying Mistakes (VIDEO)

Updated post #19071

Sweet news: The UO becomes the 101st Bee Campus USA

Updated post #19068

University of Oregon certified as a Bee Campus USA (VIDEO)

Updated post #19065

We don’t know much about our bee populations here (VIDEO)

Updated post #19034

Prevent toxic disasters like one killing 1,000 trees – Letter to the Editor by Lisa Arkin

Updated post #18456

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Earth Week reminds us to fight for environmental justice

Updated post #18458

Discussion in Eugene highlights clear-cut differences in opinion held by timber executive and environmentalist

Updated post #18486

Get set for Earth Day – Upcoming events focus on health and the environment

Updated post #18438

Elevating Environmental Justice

Updated post #18250

Want healthier plants? Here’s what NOT to do

Updated post #18220

Forum addresses spraying

Updated post #18210

Oil spills ‘really a problem that Oregon is ill-equipped to deal with’

Updated post #18191

Private: Industry, farm worker advocates clash over Oregon’s proposed pesticide protection rules

Updated post #18121

Loophole in Oregon’s toxic air plan divides environmental groups

Updated post #18118

Lawmakers reach compromise on new ‘Cleaner Air Oregon’ program to regulate pollution

Updated post #18114

LWV to address aerial spraying

Updated post #17851

Environmentalists want Oregon to eliminate lead exposure at day cares

Updated post #17694

Increased DEQ pesticide authority worries farm groups

Updated post #17644

Air Quality in Oakridge

Updated post #17637

LETTERS IN THE EDITOR’S MAILBAG: Oregon’s air-quality rules weak

Updated post #17612

LETTERS IN THE EDITOR’S MAILBAG: OSHA misses point on pesticides

Updated post #17550

Wood products workers voice concerns about state’s Cleaner Air Oregon plan

Updated post #17542

Oregon wrestles with pesticide spray zone regulations

Updated post #17522

Protecting Farmworkers From Pesticides By Sheltering Them Indoors Draws Skepticism

Updated post #17520

Protecting Farmworkers From Pesticides By Sheltering Them Indoors Draws Skepticism

Updated post #17471

R-G EDITORIAL: Don’t spray farmworkers

Updated post #17446

DOZENS SPEAK AGAINST PROPOSED OSHA RULES AFFECTING FARM WORKERS

Updated post #17476

Oregon OSHA meets with community members who say they are unsatisfied with their proposal

Updated post #17431

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Farmworkers deserve better pesticide rules

Updated post #17426

Guest Opinion: Oregon OSHA reduces a federal pesticide protection standard

Updated post #17250

Paint the Town Green

Updated post #17247

Activist Alert: Knowing your rights, helping farmworkers and LNG

Updated post #17157

Green Groups Object to Logging Companies Bid to Be on Sustainable Business Network Board

Updated post #17150

‘Third World conditions’: Many Oregon farmworkers live in substandard housing

Updated post #17037

Clean Waters forum bent on aerial spraying

Updated post #16945

Cleaner Air Oregon Info Session

Updated post #16934

Have your say on spray

Updated post #16917

Growing concern over the health of Oregon’s bee population

Updated post #16869

Regional pollution workshop Saturday

Updated post #16807

GUEST VIEWPOINT: The déjà vu of opposing aerial herbicide spray

Updated post #16736

Farm Worker Rights in the Age of Trump

Updated post #16673

The Spray Near You: Pesticide spray information at your fingertips

Updated post #16423

Eugene’s First Community Bee Count Saturday

Updated post #16263

4 Ways To Help Pollinators! A Mountain Rose Herbs blog

Updated post #16203

Statewide NAACP Lobby Day: Oregon chapter presidents call for passage of environmental and criminal justice reform bills

Updated post #16216

Farm Worker Rights in the Age of Trump, an MRG blog by Mysti Frost

Updated post #16293

Lisa Arkin interviewed on KPOV radio 6-6-2017

Updated post #16084

Portland Today Segment: Safe pest control for your garden with Lori Vollmer, Garden Fever!

Updated post #16082

Portland Today Segment: Create a bee-friendly garden with Jim Rondone, gardener

Updated post #16011

True Value And Walmart Agree To Phase Out Bee-Killing Pesticides

Updated post #16009

Bee-killing pesticides won’t be sold at Walmart, Beyond Toxics says

Updated post #15906

Farmworker Justice: A People’s Climate Movement Issue

Updated post #15899

Cleaning up our toxic air

Updated post #15926

Buzzworthy: The widely used pesticide that’s killing Oregon bees

Updated post #15885

Letter to the Editor: Modernize pesticide rules for careful applications, less harm

Updated post #15813

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Oregon bill would protect precious pollinators

Updated post #15805

Oregon Legislature considers restricted use of pesticide some say is harmful to bees

Updated post #15745

Private: Oregon pesticide fines quadruple in 2016 as Legislature considers tighter rules

Updated post #15740

Forests and Watersheds up for Protections in Salem (Oregon Wild blog)

Updated post #15609

Bill would remove barrier to Oregon pesticide lawsuits – reprinted

Updated post #15613

Bill would remove barrier to Oregon pesticide lawsuits – reprinted

Updated post #15616

Bill would remove barrier to Oregon pesticide lawsuits

Updated post #15605

Bill would remove barrier to Oregon pesticide lawsuits

Updated post #15506

R-G GUEST VIEWPOINT: Senate bill offers protection from aerial sprays

Updated post #15460

Modern forestry and the environment

Updated post #15426

Action urged on air pollution

Updated post #15148

7 Hidden Health Dangers of Spring Cleaning

Updated post #15061

Oregon lawmakers backing pesticide restrictions poised to shape farm policy

Updated post #15064

Oregon lawmakers backing pesticide restrictions poised to shape farm policy

Updated post #14789

AERIAL SPRAY RESPONSE – Lisa Arkin’s letter to the editor

Updated post #14693

Bend startup tackles environment, health link

Updated post #14660

Former BT employee, Christine Cameron, honored as 20 UNDER 40

Updated post #14594

Joel Iboa: The solution to pollution in Eugene

Updated post #14471

Local Group Launches “Bridges, Not Walls” Initiative

Updated post #14469

New Initiative Helps Immigrants Feel Welcome In Lane County

Updated post #14313

BEYOND TOXICS LEADER FINDS POLITICS OBSTACLE TO CLEAN WATER, HEALTHY FORESTS

Updated post #14502

Beyond Toxics leader finds politics obstacle to clean water, healthy forests

Updated post #14266

R-G Business Beat – Joel Iboa announcement

Updated post #14252

Timber Cover-Up (LinkedIn blog by Paul Tice)

Updated post #14085

Many reasons to be grateful for bees

Updated post #14087

New Tests Find Significant Decrease in Bee-Killing Pesticides in “Bee-Friendly” Plants

Updated post #13993

Governor proclaims Oregon bee day

Updated post #13991

Gov. Brown Proclaims Aug. 15th Oregon Bee Day

Updated post #13948

EDITORIAL: A truce in herbicide wars

Updated post #13926

Timber’s Cover-Up

Updated post #13681

EW Activist Alert 6-30-2016

Updated post #13684

Lisa Arkin’s Letter to the Editor (Register-Guard) “Oregon timber practices obsolete”

Updated post #13597

Atrazine, Wildlife and Workers – A radio interview with Lisa Arkin, Exec. Director of Beyond Toxics

Updated post #13535

Oregon Timber Grower Complains Of Helicopter Herbicide Spraying

Updated post #13499

Oregon’s ‘right to farm’ law questioned in pesticide dispute

Updated post #13496

A Day in the Park

Updated post #13369

Lisa’s Letter to the Editor (Oregonian) “Aerial toxics warning: Good for Portland, but nobody else?”

Updated post #13334

County Looks at Spraying Roadsides with Herbicides

Updated post #13249

Oregon’s Million-Dollar Cut Thanks To Forestry Pollution

Updated post #13107

Portland’s air pollution crisis is exposed. Now what?

Updated post #13102

Change the World – Global warming is changing the world for the worst, but these people are fighting back

Updated post #13097

LOCAL OPINION: Seneca contract exemplifies EWEB’s poor management

Updated post #13054

Initiative petitioners seek ban on aerial spraying of herbicides after logging

Updated post #13046

Guest Editorial: Oregon needs local toxics-reporting laws by Mary O’Brien and Lisa Arkin

Updated post #13033

Eugene business executive to help lead ballot campaign against aerial herbicide spraying

Updated post #12954

Americans Pledge to Stop Shopping at Ace Hardware & True Value Until They Stop Selling Bee-killing Pesticides

Updated post #12995

Timber’s fallen: Efforts show promise for working conditions in Oregon forestry

Updated post #13099

Oregon’s immigrant forestry workers have little recourse to pervasive exploitation and labor violations

Updated post #12970

Timber’s fallen: Enforcement of forest labor laws spotty, lacks bite

Updated post #12827

Timber’s fallen: The plight of immigrant forestry workers

Updated post #12802

Beyond Toxics Keeps Fighting

Updated post #12587

Eugene Toxics Reporting Law Challenged Again

Updated post #12503

GUEST VIEPOINT: Eugene struck out with Seneca deal

Updated post #12522

Records Show Suspended Oregon Pesticide Spray Company Continues Operations

Updated post #12494

Oregon Company Continued To Spray Pesticides on Forests After State Revoked License

Updated post #12461

Oregon Regulators Allowed Unlicensed Pesticide Spray on State Forest

Updated post #12310

Portland hardware store gets rid of bee-killing pesticides (VIDEO)

Updated post #12055

Groups share accounts of fight against timber industry power: Rockaway Beach gathering draws crowd for second year

Updated post #11956

Oregon Judge Grounds Aerial Pesticide Sprayer After It Defies License Suspension

Updated post #11873

Pesticide Spraying Firm Penalized After Chemical-Exposure Incident

Updated post #11928

Regulators fine aerial pesticide spraying firm

Updated post #11839

Labor Justice Advocates Speak Against Toxins

Updated post #11819

Concerns Arise Over Pesticide Spray Near School

Updated post #11710

Rockaway Beach Citizens for Watershed Protection to discuss future of clean water and air

Updated post #11646

Every Bee Has Its (Collective) Day: Oregon Celebrates Bees

Updated post #11634

Governor Declares Awareness Day For Oregon Native Bees

Updated post #11651

Private: Oregon becomes first state to honor native bees

Updated post #11648

Oregon Sets August 15 as Native Bee Conservation Awareness Day

Updated post #11638

Governor proclaims Oregon bee day

Updated post #11335

Citizens question senator’s apology

Updated post #11186

Sen. Kruse denounces residents

Updated post #11161

Oregon drops fine for pilot in herbicide overspray

Updated post #11084

Oregon drops fine for pilot in herbicide overspray

Updated post #11042

$20,000 fine cut to $0 in high-profile helicopter herbicide spray case

Updated post #11110

Oregon Drops $20,000 Fine Against Pilot In Herbicide Drift Case

Updated post #10898

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Legislature fails to address forest spray fixes

Updated post #10814

Bike Tour Celebrates West Eugene Wetlands

Updated post #10809

Clean-diesel trucks could clear air and win more bids

Updated post #10800

These crappy cell-phone videos could save people from getting weed killer sprayed on them

Updated post #10766

Confronted with weed killer videos, state agency says it takes complaints seriously

Updated post #10753

Private: Aerial pesticide spraying bill gets hearing

Updated post #10743

Oregon workers sprayed with weed killers: 8 videos show it

Updated post #10762

State investigates spray crew exposure to herbicide

Updated post #10757

Private: Aerial spraying bill now includes buffers

Updated post #10751

Narrow weed killer no-spray zones endorsed by House committee

Updated post #10735

Whistleblower videos reveal helicopter spraying workers with weed killers

Updated post #10663

Private: Aerial spraying bill returns, with industry approval

Updated post #10655

Protect Portland’s Pollinators: The Bee Jubilee (blog)

Updated post #10646

Live honey bees at Bee Jubilee

Updated post #10640

Bee deaths could impact Oregon wine industry

Updated post #10616

How average Oregonians challenged the timber industry – and lost

Updated post #10658

Wendy Culverwell: Portland delivers a big break to bees

Updated post #10530

Aerial spraying rules stall in Salem

Updated post #10467

R-G Editorial: Tighten forest spray rules

Updated post #10464

Portland bans ‘neonicotinoid’ pesticide

Updated post #10460

Portland bans use of insecticides believed to be harmful to bees on city property

Updated post #10419

On sprays, transparency should trump profit – RG Guest Editorial

Updated post #10400

EPA announces $371,000 for Oregon clean diesel projects

Updated post #10397

Portland considering banning certain insecticides on city property

Updated post #10341

Poison in Our Water (a blog by Rep. Ann Lininger)

Updated post #10333

Legislature begins negotiating weed killer spray reforms

Updated post #10277

Oregon agriculture agency blew off another complaint about helicopter spraying weed killers

Updated post #10149

Bill Takes Aim At Aerial Pesticide Spraying On Oregon Forests

Updated post #10147

Private: Aerial pesticide rules tightened under proposal

Updated post #10104

Legislation needed to curb herbicide spraying

Updated post #10095

Bill Takes Aim At Aerial Pesticide Spraying On Oregon Forests

Updated post #10090

Oregon lawmakers propose tightening West Coast’s weakest aerial weed killer spray laws

Updated post #10139

Lessons in environmental justice

Updated post #10161

Federal Agencies Disapprove Oregon Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Program

Updated post #10045

Private: 19 Environmental Groups Join Push For Stricter Oregon Pesticide Spraying Rules – reprint

Updated post #10040

19 Environmental Groups Join Push For Stricter Oregon Pesticide Spraying Rules

Updated post #10038

Beyond Toxics Spearheads Bill To Limit Aerial Sprays

Updated post #9323

Oregon Residents Challenge the State “Right-to-Farm” Law

Updated post #9831

How One Complaint Reveals The Flaws In Oregon’s Pesticide Regulation

Updated post #9810

State Pesticide Spray Investigation Wraps Up

Updated post #9745

Private: Eugene mass bee kill brings $16,000 in fines

Updated post #9729

Timberland herbicide spraying sickens a community

Updated post #9795

Physicians: State rules for spraying inadequate

Updated post #9715

More Than a Million People Ask Lowe’s to Stop Selling Bee-killing Pesticides

Updated post #9711

Oregon Legislators Working to Introduce Herbicide Spray Policy

Updated post #9770

8 things you should know about helicopter spraying of weed killers on Oregon timberlands

Updated post #9709

Legislation In Works For Oregon Herbicide Spraying

Updated post #9706

In Oregon, helicopters spray weed killers near people under West Coast’s weakest protections

Updated post #9650

Herbicides at Triangle Lake

Updated post #9643

GUEST VIEWPOINT: Toxic legacy of herbicide exposure

Updated post #9623

Oregon agencies blew off complaints, red flags before helicopter sprayed weed killers on residents

Updated post #9422

‘Right to Farm’ Laws Protect Big Ag from Legal Action

Updated post #9364

Oregon Lawmakers Consider Stronger Oversight Of Aerial Herbicide Spraying

Updated post #9362

New Oregon Forestry Tool Excites Agency But Pesticide Watchdogs Are Disappointed

Updated post #9298

County Commission Pondering Roadside Pesticides

Updated post #9174

Residents sprayed with herbicide seek to overturn law limiting right to sue

Updated post #9214

Residents sprayed with herbicide seek to overturn law limiting right to sue

Updated post #9135

Curry County residents sprayed by herbicide sue challenging constitutionality of Oregon’s right-to-forest law

Updated post #9127

Curry County herbicide spray helicopter pilot fined $10,000, loses license for a year

Updated post #9121

State fines company over Curry County herbicides

Updated post #9208

Lawsuit Challenges Protection For Farming, Forestry

Updated post #9086

Complaint Filed Over Power Plant Air

Updated post #9050

Beyond Toxics Files Civil Rights Complaint Over Seneca Biomass Permit

Updated post #9044

LRAPA Accused of Discrimination

Updated post #9090

Seneca Air Pollution A Civil Rights Issue

Updated post #8478

Shawn Named Visionary Leader

Updated post #8460

Private: Bee deaths prompt emergency pesticide restrictions

Updated post #8453

Pesticides Responsible For Thousands Of Dead Bees

Updated post #8448

“Bee Friendly” Plants Can Be Poisonous To Pollinators

Updated post #8444

Treated plants put bees at risk, study says

Updated post #8798

Are the flowers you buy at big box stores poisonous to bees?

Updated post #8438

Private: Your bee-friendly garden may be killing pollinators

Updated post #8434

Private: Mass bee die-offs continuing in Oregon

Updated post #8415

State studying bee die-off after tree spraying

Updated post #8924

Lisa Arkin Interview in the Summer 2014 LandWatch newsletter

Updated post #8347

A bee-haven town: Celebrants cheer Eugene as ‘America’s most bee-friendly city’

Updated post #8325

Oregon’s GMO Sellout

Updated post #8236

Cedar Valley residents report ‘many symptoms’ from spraying

Updated post #8219

Southern Oregon Pesticide Case Highlights Gaps In State Oversight

Updated post #8230

Biggest Challenge Facing Oregon Pesticide Investigators? Public Records Law

Updated post #8223

Southern Oregon Pesticide Case Highlights Gaps In State Oversight

Updated post #8120

Chemical Trespass – Poison from above falls on rural Oregon

Updated post #8114

Helicopter ‘likely’ sprayed herbicide on homes

Updated post #8100

Oregon Officials Say Herbicide Likely Sprayed On Homes From Helicopter

Updated post #8095

Report: Timber helicopter ‘likely’ sprayed herbicide on homes

Updated post #8086

Homes ‘likely’ sprayed from air – The state probed the application of herbicides on timberlands where people got sick

Updated post #8081

State: Helicopter likely to blame for overspray – KTVZ

Updated post #8128

State Investigation Finds Violations in Southern Oregon Pesticide Case

Updated post #8050

Investigative Documents Show Pilot Failed To Disclose Herbicides Used On Timberland

Updated post #8071

Helicopter ‘likely’ sprayed herbicide on homes – AP report by JEFF BARNARD

Updated post #8089

GUEST VIEWPOINT: State puts timber interests ahead of public health – Register-Guard

Updated post #8030

Beautiful Bee Photos Part of First Friday Art in Eugene

Updated post #7994

Community Hopes For Info On Pesticides Sprayed On Homes, People

Updated post #7988

Group wins public disclosure on spraying

Updated post #8037

Oregon Attorney General Orders Release of Pesticide Investigation Records

Updated post #7973

Attorney General Orders Release of Pesticide Investigation Records

Updated post #7964

Is This the Most Bee-Friendly City in America?

Updated post #8385

Oregon moves to help disappearing honeybees

Updated post #7888

Eugene Takes Action On Pesticides

Updated post #7954

Eugene First City To Ban Bee-Killing Neonics

Updated post #7856

Save the Bees: Neonics spell disaster (Eugene Weekly)

Updated post #7871

Eugene, Oregon Passes Resolution Banning Neonicotinoids

Updated post #7862

Community Passes Resolution Banning Neonicotinoids

Updated post #7815

Good News for Oregon’s Bees and More to Do

Updated post #7772

Bees And Parks Moving To Be Pesticide Free?

Updated post #7767

Special Report: Pesticide Spraying In Gold Beach Part 2

Updated post #7764

Special Report: Pesticide Spraying In Gold Beach Part 1

Updated post #7753

Oregon Legislature passes bill to protect bees – AP wire

Updated post #7549

Activists meet with local Home Depot manager on bee-lethal chemicals

Updated post #7533

Oregon Bill Would Limit Household Pesticide Use To Protect Bees

Updated post #7467

Homeowners don’t need free access to toxic pesticides: Guest Opinion

Updated post #7712

Homeowners don’t need free access to toxic pesticides: Oregonian Guest Opinion

Updated post #7341

Agency investigates herbicide complaints

Updated post #7223

Residents Want Federal Agencies In Herbicide Probe

Updated post #7242

EPA Asks Herbicide Cancer-risk Probe – Chicago Tribune

Updated post #7210

R-G EDITORIAL: Shine light on forest sprays – State law provides access to too little information

Updated post #7245

Feds to review Oregon timberland herbicides probe – Star-Telegram

Updated post #9377

Feds to review Oregon timberland herbicides probe

Updated post #7277

Feds to review Oregon timberland herbicides probe – Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Updated post #7233

Feds to review Ore. timberland herbicides probe – KTVZ

Updated post #7227

Feds to review Oregon timberland herbicides probe – SF Gate

Updated post #7218

Feds to review Oregon timberland herbicides probe – Miami Herald

Updated post #7205

Feds to Review Oregon Timberland Herbicide Spraying Probe

Updated post #7434

Federal scientists to look into probe of herbicide spraying in Southern Oregon forests – Yahoo Finance

Updated post #7146

Beyond Toxics is exposing the health consequences of aerial spray of pesticides in Oregon and fighting to stop it

Updated post #7153

Oregon Legislation to restrict home use of bee-killing pesticides – Beyond Pesticides new blog

Updated post #7098

Chemical Sprays Continue Sickening Rural Residents

Updated post #8033

Penalties Of $2,800 For Wilsonville Bee Deaths

Updated post #7103

Fed To Require Strengthened State Protection from Nonpoint Pesticide Pollution

Updated post #7061

Pesticide Use On Private Forests In Oregon – radio interview with Lisa Arkin and Peter Hayes

Updated post #7064

Analysis Finds Increased Timber Company Herbicide Spray In Triangle Lake Area

Updated post #7053

Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – Coos Bay World

Updated post #7048

Report: Herbicides Sprayed Increased Around Triangle Lake – OPB

Updated post #6989

The buzz about pesticides and bee safety: ‘We take these incidents seriously’

Updated post #7029

Report: Herbicide use increased around lake – Capital Press

Updated post #6973

Report: Forest spraying increases – Register-Guard

Updated post #6962

Report: Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – Bend Bulletin

Updated post #6957

Report: Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – Oregonian

Updated post #6955

Report: Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – KVAL-TV

Updated post #6953

Report: Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – Seattle P-I

Updated post #7042

Report: Herbicides increased around Triangle Lake – Corvallis Gazette-Times

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Bee Protections Strengthened

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Oregon Restricts Pesticide Use

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Advocates to Ask for Pesticide Ban

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Campaigning For A Ban On Neonicotinoids: An interview with Lisa Arkin

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Herbicide spraying in Curry County draws complaints, state investigation

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Oregon investigates neighbors’ herbicide complaints

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Uphill Fight To Ban Bee-Killing Toxics

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Seneca air proposal criticized – Eugene R-G

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Oregon Forest Practices Act needs to be updated (Guest Editorial)

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Environmentalists call Walmart ‘Going Green’ goal monumental (video)

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Anti-toxics group may challenge state forest rules

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Lisa Arkin Appointed To Eugene Toxics Board

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Watershed spraying disrupted: Neighbors and water district officials are concerned about plans to spray herbicide near Collard Lake

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To bee or not to bee: Colony collapse threatens honeybees and plants they pollinate

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Seneca plant is affecting air quality – Letter to The Editor

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Do Oregon’s clear-cut and pesticide buffers protect drinking water from creeks, rivers?

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‘If bees weren’t pollinating, we wouldn’t have half of this produce’

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Pesticides Killing Bee Population (video)

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KATU-TV in Portland airs story on National Honey Bee Day

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Store-bought plants treated with bee-killing pesticide, study says

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National Bee Day is Saturday, Aug. 17 (Eugene Weekly Biz Beat)

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STUDY: Treated plants sold to consumers kill bees (video)

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2013 legislative session wasn’t a total loss for product safety advocates

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Seneca biomass plant applies to increase pollutant cap

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Seneca power plant requests increase in pollution cap

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Study: Asthma rates higher in kids near West Eugene industrial area

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Safe Public Places Act

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Kids in West Eugene Most Prone to Asthma – KEZI-TV

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Your Responses To The Wilsonville Bee Kill

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Tons of Pollution – Seneca applies to increase its emissions to 17 tons

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New pesticide reduction law a significant win

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Eugene Non-Profit Works to Ban Pesticide Responsible for Major Bee Die-off

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Oregon Adopts IPM Policy for All State-Owned Land

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Non-Pesticide Pest Management on JPR

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Senate passes state IPM committee bill

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Bill to cut pesticide use by Oregon state agencies wins Senate support

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Senate OKs bill to boost pesticide alternatives on state-owned lands

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Pesticide Use Would be Reduced Under Bill Approved by Oregon Legislature

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Integrated pest management committee closer to reality

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HOME and GARDEN: Better serve the bees’ needs

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Chemical Spray Along Railroad Tracks Reduced

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Timber owners must pay their share – Letter to the (R-G) Editor

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Bill that aims to cut pesticide use by Oregon state agencies gains support

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Coal Export Negotiations End

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Biomass Battle Casts Spotlight on Environmental Justice

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EDITORIAL: Get smart about pesticides – Bill would lead to more effective, less frequent use

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Guest Viewpoint: Stop selling poisons that kill honeybee colonies

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City tries to find pesticide substitute Beekeepers and environmentalists say the use of one treatment may kill bees

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City Discusses the Use of Pesticides in Parks

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Another step to minimize pesticide use – report on March 8th press conference

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KUGN radio interviews Beyond Toxics experts on HB3364

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Court Victory for Groups Fighting Coal Exports!

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Meyer Memorial Trust, a Portland-based foundation, features Beyond Toxics

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Seeking a World Beyond Toxics

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Eugene Council Says No to Coal Trains

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Anti-coal resolution passes in Eugene City Council vote

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R-G GUEST VIEWPOINT: Local impacts of coal exports unacceptable

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County puts off coal consideration

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Commissioners table coal port issue

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Debate over Eugene coal train pits jobs against environment

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Jobs, environment at core of coal debate

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County delays coal issue decision

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After the Debates Tonight …

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Anti Wage-Theft Presentation

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Oregonians Fear Harm From Forest Herbicides

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Pacific Northwest Says No to Coal Trains

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Bad Air Days – Eugene neighborhoods are downwind from polluters

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Coal: Road to riches or the wrong track?

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Majestic Forests in Oregon at Risk from Timber Industry and Chemical Spraying

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Creosote cleanup – Workers begin picking up railroad ties that litter a Eugene pond

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R-G COMMENTARY by Lisa Arkin: Coal deals Oregon a bad hand

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Health and Health Care Forum hosted by Roberta Hall interviewed Lisa Arkin and Alison Guzman

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Pesticides In City Spaces – by Shannon Finnell

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Lisa Arkin interviewed on the Jefferson Exchange (JPR) “Celebrating Bee-ing”

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States struggle with highway shoulders as resistance to herbicides mounts

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City delays vote on coal trains

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Bare Shoulders: Herbicide Along the Highway

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City Council Coal Train Vote Postponed

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Honoring Eugene as Train Town USA (includes coverage of No Coal protest)

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R-G Editorial: Oppose coal shipments – Eugene has much to lose, little to gain

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Protest Against Coal Trains in Eugene

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Impact of Coal Exports from Coos Bay – radio broadcast

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Where more than whistles fill the air

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Going Beyond Toxics in Eugene

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Beyond Toxics receives MRG grant

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Residents test creeks for herbicides

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Diesel emissions remain a crucial part of air quality, toxics issues

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Join Us In Saving Honey Bees!

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Coal Train, Comin’ ‘Round The Bend?

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Clearcut Chemicals in Triangle Lake – Part 2

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Clearcut Chemicals in Triangle Lake – Part 1

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First Environmental Health Assessment of the Black Butte Mine Published

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Clearcut Chemicals: A Living on Earth Report

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Class to help parents stop triggers for asthma

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Bus for Enviro Justice

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International Investors Want In On Oregon Coast Coal Terminal

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International Investors Want In On Oregon Coast Coal Terminal

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Coal trains: Companies seek economic boost, activists fear pollution

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THE COST OF CLEAN AIR: The local pollution-fighting agency is in danger of losing funding

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Enviro Justice From All Angles

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Beyond Toxics and other groups host Environmental Justice Bus Tour

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Court battle over coal exports intensifies

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Group Concerned About Possible Eugene Coal Train Route

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Coal Transportation Through Coos Bay Has Environmental Groups Worried

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Dreaming of a Future Beyond Toxics

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Beyond Toxics & Sierra Club Challenge Coal Train Secrecy

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Does county seek too much power over water? Guest Viewpoint

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Chasing Down The Coal Train

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No More Toxic Schools!

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Downwind: Big Ag at your door

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Lane County Residents Rally Against Pesticide Use

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Anti-Pesticide Activists Plan Rally

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Guest Editorial: Oregon’s forests are being poisoned and so are you

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Jefferson Public Radio interview – Lisa Arkin talks about dangers of pesticide exposure

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Pesticide rallies intended to spread concerns

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Chemical Trespass Rallies

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Pesticide rallies intended to spread concerns

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Atrazine: A Molecular Bull in a China Shop

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KVAL-TV report: Diesel smoke from trains in trainsong railyards

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Bare Shoulders: Herbicide Along the Highway

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Black Lungs

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Raising a stink about the contents of fragrances

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Are Pesticides Behind Massive Bee Die-Offs?

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Methyl bromide use plunges in Santa Cruz County as growers switch to alternatives

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6 Things You Should Know About the Triangle Lake Pesticide Investigation

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Weed killer linked to gender-bending in animals

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EPA Selects Four Pacific Northwest Groups For Environmental Justice Grants

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TOXIC WATER IN WEST EUGENE? – Eugene Weekly

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Eugene-based OTA is now Beyond Toxics

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Neighbors Upset About Pesticide Spraying at Laurelwood Golf Course

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Multnomah County launches campaign asking people to turn off idling cars